n \ SHC LB 3621 . 67 .T56 1954 G . 2 ( «, » . <t' - •»•» •4§? -^ •^ -C. teU*#^ra^^^^2|L| ■ : II H *•- m m ■ *'v ^ <*r . V *» > > v V 19 54 ARUI YEAR FOREWORD TO THE STUDENTS FACULTY ALUMNI AND FRIENDS OF SPRING HILL COLLEGE We, the staff members of the 1 954 TORCH, have tried to give you our college in photograph and sketch. To this we have added a few words. In all three media we have sought to record the SPIRITUAL, CULTURAL, PHYSICAL and ACADEMIC life of Spring Hill College. It is our hope that many years from now you will be able to look back through the eyes of the 1 954 TORCH and see the personalities you knew, the teachers who guided you, the early friends you made, the places enriched for you by what you did, and said and were. It is our hope, moreover, that you will see the Spring Hill of the Marian Year, dominated by the spirit of Christ and Mary. With this hope in mind we have dedicated the 1954 Torch to Mary and have developed this dedication into an important section of our book. For the present— after you have been startled by the flyleaf picture of icicles on a Gulf Coast college campus and remember that it was the Marian Year that was marked for one brief moment by the white mantle of snow— we hope you will see through the gates of our title page the full and rich life of Spring Hill College. THE TORCH STAFF -ft ■■W CONTENTS SPIRITUAL CULTURAL PHYSICAL ACADEMIC — «•• «— » V'., \»t «-m .^ ^V-^ j- <^ »^ i - ^-*- ^ ft. AT &■ I11I1I YER DEDICATION BECAUSE we know ourselves to be through no merits of our own but through the abundant graces won for us by the death of our Elder Brother on the Cross, the sons and daughters of that Valiant Woman who gave us her heart's treasure to be our ransom and our re- ward without end BECAUSE like grateful children of all the ages we desire nothing more than to gladden the heart of our hea- ven-given Mother by some gift that she will treasure not for its intrinsic value but because of the testimony it bears to our enduring and heartfelt love We, the EDITORS OF THE TORCH FOR THIS MARIAN YEAR OF 1954 on behalf of the students and faculty of this ancient college, protected as it is by Mary's spouse, Saint Joseph, and entrusted to her sons who are proud to be numbered of the Company of Jesus, — HEREWITH DEDICATE AND CONSECRATE THIS BOOK OF MEMORIES TO OUR IMMACULATE MOTHER, the Seat of Wisdom, the Mother of Fair Love, the Cause of our joy, at whose work the Son of the Most High took flesh of her flesh and dwelt amongst us, never in God's plan to leave us thereafter. POPE PIUS XII OPENS MARIAN YEAR. FIRST SATURDAY MASS IN THE CHAPEL DEDICATION TO PRAYER Deign then, o loving Mother, to receive into thy pure hands this pictured record of a happy year spent under thy protecting care,- and even as of old it was written of thee that thou didst keep all these words pondering them in thy heart, so now keep these words and memories of ours intact and alive in thy immaculate heart, till one day we thy Spring Hill sons and daughters may come to review and renew them in thy smiling presence and that of thy Divine Son, whose holy will we seek to do here and everywhere, now and always. AMEN. NATIONAL SHRINE OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION MARIAN YEAR STABAT MATER ATOMIC AGE Let not our frightened faces Be a sign to you We do not hope. Nor let the sweet, perilous clutch We hold on flesh Make you believe We have forgotten The old serpent and the bitten apple. For we see the heelprint on his head Where you had crushed him In our own hearts. The apple has grown bitter to our taste,- It is our lax hand That will not lay it down. We see your finger point the way To our own peculiar prayer and passion. We cannot shake it off Or turn away. The voice of Tabor and of Calvary Yet trembles on the air. In our anguish We cannot hide the fear That creeps along our blood When we feel the dead serpent stir. We lift up our hands That you may strike it down once more. Let us not shake the tree again And bring down around us The blazing rain of knowledge uncontrolled. Let not the paradise We have planned outside the walls Be burned away with our own hands, So that God will say, "Behold, they have become As one of us," And leave us to save ourselves. Stand by us on the way And show us the seven swords In your heart And pray for us your sons. It is to our shame That we are not strong. But we shall not fail To stumble to our feet again, If you will but say, "Thus did my Son, He stands beside you,- His hand is in your hand. The cross is old And very dear to him ; He has grown accustomed To the place That fits His shoulder Worn by the Calvaries of ten thousand years." SPIRITUAL -i< '*% ROSARY IN HONOR OF OUR LADY SODALITY The sodality of the Blessed Virgin is the earliest campus organization. A Sodality was established at Spring Hill College in 1847, the year in which the direction of the College was entrusted to the Society of Jesus by the Right Reverend Michael Portier, the first Bis- hop of Mobile. The object of a Sodality is to promote the personal sanctification of its members and the salvation and sanctification of others, through an ardent love and devotion to the Mother of God. REV. THOMAS MULCRONE, S. J. Sodality Director CHRISTMAS DINNER FOR ALL BOARDERS GIVEN BY SODALITY. FR. PAULUSSiEN, S.J. President of the Central Secretariate of Rome, and Ted Delorme, Sodality Prefect SODOLIST HOGAN TEACHES YOUNG MASS SERVERS OUR LAIY The College Sodalities have throughout the year initiated and cooperated with pro- jects that contribute to the spiritual progress of the College. In particular, in this Marian Year, they have promoted the recitation of the Rosary at the Grotto at noon and in each residence hall at night, the study of Marian theology, the delivery of Marian talks, and the composition of Marian poetry. MOBILE STUDENTS' SPIRITUAL UNION DANCE FOR COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. MEMBERS OF THE SPRING HILL BOARDER' SODALITY SODALITY OF MARIAN YEAR PRAYER (The following prayer for the Marian Year was Personally composed by His Holiness, Pope Pius XII.) 12-18-53 Enraptured by the splendor of your heavenly beauty, and impelled by the anxieties of the world, we cast ourselves into your arms, O Immaculate Mother of Jesus and our Mother, Mary, confident of finding in your most loving heart appeasement of our ardent desires, and a safe harbor from the tempests which beset us on every side. Though degraded by our faults and overwhelmed by infinite misery, we admire and praise the peerless richness of sublime gifts with which God has filled you, above every other mere creature, from the first moment of your Conception until the day which, after your Assumption into heaven, He crowned you Queen of the Universe. O crystal Fountain of faith, bathe our minds with the eternal truths! O fragrant Lily of all holiness, captivate our hearts with your heavenly perfume! O Conqueress of evil on earth, inspire in us a deep horror of sin which makes the soul detestable to God and a slave to hell! OUR L 4 D Y OFFICERS OF THE DAY-STUDENTS SODALITY O well-beloved of God, hear the ardent cry which rises up from every heart in this year dedicated to you. Bend tenderly over our aching wounds. Convert the wicked, dry the tears of the affilicted and oppressed, comfort the poor and humble, quench hatreds, sweeten harshness, safeguard the flower of purity in youth, protect the holy Church, make all men feel the attraction of Christian goodness. In your name, resounding harmoniously in heaven, may they recognize that they are brothers, and that the nations are members of one family, upon which may there shine forth the sun of universal and sincere peace. Receive, O Most Sweet Mother, our humble supplications, and above all obtain for us that, one day, happy with you, we may repeat before your throne that hymn which today is sung on earth around your altars: You are all beautiful, O Mary! You are the glory, you are the joy, you are the honor of our people! Amen. FR. MULCRONE, Director & MICHAEL ZOGH&Y THE LIVING ROSARY ST. JOHN BERCHMAN ARDOIN, JOHN L. BOUDREAUX, ROBERT J., JR. BROCATO, VINCENT J., JR. BUCKLEY, PATRICK T., JR. BURKE, RICHARD A. CALLAN, JOHN P. CHRISTIE, THOMAS P. CIMINO, RICHARD D. DRAGO, R. B. EDMISTON, CHARLES H. FALGOUT, BYRON M. FLAUTT, FRANK H. GASSER, RAYMOND F. STUDENTS SERVING AT BENEDICTION. St. John Berchmans Sanctuary Society MASS OF THE HOLY GHOST. ACTIVE MEMBERS HALPIN, ROBERT F. HARTE, PATRICK F. HOGAN, G. DALE KELLY, CARL J. KOEHLER, GEORGE E. LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM O. McGRATH, THOMAS J. PIERCE, JOHN A. RODRIGUEZ, FRANCISCO J SHERSHIN, MICHAEL J. TEAGUE, JOSEPH C. WIRTZ, THOMAS J. RIASCOS, SANTIAGO, JR. ANOTHER FIELD OF THE DUTIES OF THE SANCTUARY SOCIETY. CHOIR J. FRANKLIN MURRAY, S. J., DIRECTOR AND ORGANIST— Left to Right: Raymond Gasser, Charles McKinnon, Byron Falgout, Santiago Riascos, Dennis Butterfield, Arthur Clark, organist, John Pierce, president, Felix Cowsert, Joseph Teague, Warren Colson, Richard Burke, Philip Frank, sec.-treas., C. J. Kelly, William Durbin, Kevin Costello, Dennis Ryan, Joseph Hebert . . . Not Pictured: Raymond Anders, John Ardoin, Robert Boudreaux, vice-pres:, T. P. Christy, William Livingston, Michael Murphy, Francisco Rodriguez, John Sanroma, Paul Thierry. MARY WATCHES OVER MOBILE STUDENT SPIRITUAL UNION DANCE. AD JESUM PER MARIAM "HAIL MARY, FULL OF GRACE " AD JESU Christ and the symbol of His Cross dominate Catholic student life. This it is that gives meaning and dignity to student activity, stu- dies, to marriage and even to Mary. MR. and MRS. JOHN ERNST ROSARY AT MARY'S STATUE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PER MARIA Mary points the way to Christ, gently urges us toward Him and softens His displeasure at our faults. The spirit of Mary, her beauty, innocence and maternal care human- ize and spiritualize Spring Hill College life. ^ UMP 5".#."A m w CULTURAL EDITORS: OWEN BRENNAN JERRY CASEY FRATERNITY 1915 OllLCRON SlGlPA (MICRON SIGMA Founded in 1915, Omicron Sigma is the oldest and largest fraternity on the campus. The Omicrons climaxed another successful year with its annual Spring Formal. Every year the Matt Rice Cup, so named for its founder, is awarded to the student who renders the greatest service to the college. BARBARA CLARK— SWEETHEART OF 1954 FIRST ROW Azar, D. Azar, G. Ballinger, H. Barry, R. Brennan, O. Brousse, V. SECOND ROW Cangemi, S. Carney, W. Chadwick, J. Courtney, J. Daniels, D. Frank, P. THIRD ROW Gill, W. Hargadon, E. Hellinghausen, P. Hurley, J. Johnson, J. Kemmerly, R. FOURTH ROW Kelly, W. Kiernan, T. Kokes, C. Kuntz, G. Latour, O. Lignos, S. FIFTH ROW Marino, C. Morrison, J. Mule, P. Oen, R. Parisy, J. Perlitz, T. SIXTH ROW Sardisco, J. Schell, R. Schulte, J. Schulte, T. Scott, M. Shaia, J. SEVENTH ROW Steger, G. Stevens, J. Sweeney, J. Thierry, P. Thomas, D. Wirtz, T. PHI OMEGA The second oldest fraternity on the campus, Phi Omega dis- tinguishes itself during the year in many campus activities. One of their important jobs this year was the second semester Blood Drive which was under their sponsorship. J. REIDY Chancellor ANN THUBLIN— SWEETHEART OF 1954 FIRST ROW Besf, H. Block, C. Blackburn, J. Burke, B. Cardosi, E. Costello, K. SECOND ROW Doly, B. Dolron, P. Donovan, J. Donovan, T. Dowd, B. Downes, W. THIRD ROW Guillory, J. Halpin, R. Hare, J. Hardy, B. Hasser, J. Heggeman, B. FOURTH ROW Hill, L. Hinton, G. Jennings, P. Kelly, J. Laffiteau, W. Lamb, R. FIFTH ROW Linder, J. Luedtke, J. Lynch, J. MacDonald, L. McCann, B. McGinn, G. SIXTH ROW Manley, J. Markwalter, J. Matthews, J. Mueller, E. Newell, T. Orendorff, A. SEVENTH ROW Ring, D. Ripoli, F. Walsh, J. Wedemeyer, T. Williamson, D. Zalopany, P. Penguin Ball of 1954 MARY ELLEN PITTROFF and JIM DONOVAN SIGMA ALPHA KAPPA DICK WHITTINGTON Chancellor The only national fraternity on the campus is Sigma Alpha Kappa, Theta Alpha Chapter, with chapters throughout the South and in New York. The main event this year was the Mardi Gras Ball. IAK MARDI GRAS BALL OF 1954 FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW SIXTH ROW Anello, J. Colson, W. Hawkins, B. Massari, F. Murphy, M. Sibille, E. Buckley, P. Corso, J. Heintz, B. Matthews, J. Palermo, V. Walker, J. Butterfield, D. Curtis, H. Kelly, J. Mele, F. Peresich, P. Wheeler, L Cimino, D. Ford, T. Leckich, J. Morgan, W. Pisarich, R. Wright, W. Copeland, J. Garvin, J. Mallard, G. Muckler, T. Reina, D. Young, B. Cuevas, L. Griffin, R. Mansur, J. Mullady, W Sanroma, J. Young, C. MISS TORCH IS SELECTED B V STO KEITOI Miss TORCH of 1954 was selected this year by Mr. Stan Kenton from a group of nine girls who were chosen by the student body. The title of Miss TORCH was bestowed upon Miss Mary Ellen Pittroff of Mobile. Miss Pittroff, better known as "Peanuts", is a junior majoring in Sociology. The remaining eight girls chosen will appear in the Favorites Section. Portraits by Louise Sheridan, Mobile New York Mary Ellen PillroK FHO Marcelle Cowan Joan Dobbin * * * * RITES inn Galti Sue Hays FH'1 Eleanore Karagan Helen Muscat KITES Joanne Osinski June Dninlivan IT'S NOT COTTON SUH! IT'S SNOW-ONCE IN 50 YEARS BAND AND... SPRING HILL COLLEGE BAND MR. SADLIER, Director The Band has made remarkable progress under the able direction of Claus Sadlier. Mr Sadlier has shown by his enthusiasm that a small group of students can obtain a professional sound. At the basketball games the band has been the prime factor for the spirit which helps make a winning team. The Band performed at the Open House where it rendered an excellent pops concert. Next year with more experience behind it the band is looking forward to even greater goals. BUD LEFT COLUMN, MARCH BRASS CHOIR d L ft E CLUB CO-ED CONTRIBUTION AT OPEN HOUSE GIVEN BY SPRING HILL COLLEGE glee an JANICE BROOKS SINGING FOR MOBILIANS AT OPEN HOUSE. MR. SADLIER. DIRECTOR, AND MALE GLEE CLUBERS SM EDITOR FRANCIS WALTER AND MODERATOR FRANKLIN J. MURRAY S.J. MOTLEY WHAT A MOTLEY CREW! FRANCIS X. WALTER Editor JOHN KERRIGAN Art Editor JAMES E. WENDELL Business Manager and other contributors REV. FRANKLIN J. MURRAY S. J. MODERATOR EDITOR AND FATHER P. H. YANCEY, MODERATOR The Mendelian was founded in 1923 by its present moderator, Rev P. H. Yancey. It is published five times a year by Tri Beta in the interest of biological research. EMMETT KELLY, BUSINESS MANAGER PORTIER DEBATERS THINK HARD BOYS MIXING WORK WITH PLAY FRIEND OR FOE t If I '<fppF!j3*l i * • , ■*%&<* •*' **te Ig5 NEGATIVE OR POSITIVE k One of the oldest campus organizations, the Portier Debating Academy was organized in 1905, and named for the founder of the College. Its aim is to train its mem- bers to speak and debate in public. Father John Walsh is the Moderator. FRIEND OR FOE ELLEN OLIVIER and ANN GATTI IT HAPPENS EVERY SPRING YIIII PLAYERS ANN GATTI and WES DeLOACH E. Dick Whittington, Ellen Olivier, Ann Gatti, Ron Drago the mildly maniac family with Hay Fever. SKIN OF OUR TEETH MR. CHARLES JOHNSTON, Moderator Yenni Players has had another successful year under the presidency of Ed Kilday. Yenni has produced two excellent plays with one of them, "Skin of Our Teeth", taking to the road for presentation. All the productions have been under the direction of Charles P. Johnston and moderated by Rev. George T. Bergen S. J. B. CLASSICAL RESTRAINT A LA HEPBURN ALL ABOARD ! 1 ALWAYS WILLING ? ? ? L^ **. frjMS jtfi|^HBi 1 J ^BW©i&. t JBt i* N ^^qaacoiti 1 J ' 1 MfSXKt : HnflLw /'■!- " £1 i Ik SpmnfaUirai Bull's Eye View THE EDITORS WINSTON AND RANDY GOING THROUGH DICTIONARY FR. ANDERSON AND LINOTYPE OPERATOR * PUS HI Member Associated GoUe6»ate Press Official newspaper of Spring »-lill College, published every tw» weeks during the academic year by students of Spring Hill College, Spring Hill, Ala. Offices located in Mobile Hall. Mail- ing address: Box 141, Spring Hill College, Spring Hill, Ala. Subscription rate $1.75 a year. The opinions expressed in credited columns and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the policy of the editors. Editor-in-Chief Charles Marino Assistant Editor John McCarthy News Staff Jime Mitchell Paul Thierry George Steger Brian Daly Hugh Curtis Steve Kovacs Joan Dobbin Mary C. Vella Mary F. Donnelly Faculty Moderator Fr. Robert Anderson, S.J 'Editor Emeritus' Randy Tardy Associate Editor Catherine Hepburn Sports Editor Mike Shershin Sports Staff Jim Schwing John Courtney Art Staff Ed Kilday Walter Darring Phil Rueff and Photographer MOBILE, WHAT BIG FETES YOl HAVE! Randy and Printer by the press Fr. Anderson and Mrs. Griffice by Composing Table Nike Shershin's Press Box CATHY Mr. and Mrs. Griffice by the press Directed by Father Anderson The SPRINGHILLIAN is the bimonthly college news- paper which publishes all the news that is printable. It creates school spirit and serves as a close bond among the students. The SPRINGHILLIAN is the oldest of the campus pub- lications, begun as a quarterly in 1861 as the College Album. KEY HOLE "We print what The Springhillian can't' Co-Editors and Moderator HENRY FLAUTT Co-Editor BARBARA PATRICK Co-Editor ARTHUR CLARK Spiritual Editor OWEN BRENNAN Cultural Editor JERRY CASEY Cultural Editor JIM MARZANO Physical Editor OLIVER LATOUR Academic Editor WALTER MULLADY Academic Editor JOHN KERRIGAN Art Editor PETE MULE Business Manager JOE LINDER Advertising Manager FR. ANDERSON Photography LARRY CUEVAS Photography JOAN DOBBIN Favorites JERRY LOCKIE, BETH WILSON, ELEANORE KARA- GON, JAY GINTZ, MARCELLE COWAN, MARY FRAN- CIS GIDEON, ELLEN OLIVIER, HUGH CURTIS, HAR- OLD BAHLINGER, BRYSON JONES, MARY ELLEN PITTROFF, PATSY RASP and MANY MORE REV. JOHN WALSH, S. J Moderator Advertising and Circulation Mgrs. Spiritual Editor and Staff Academic Editors Cultural Editors and Assistants The TORCH staff lets the book speak for it- self. May we also take this opportunity to say thank you to Father John Walsh for his kind help and assistance. However, we want to explain why it is called the TORCH. In "The Torch on the Hill" Fa- ther Michael Kenny re- fers to the torch of ed- ucation. "To you from failing hands we throw the Torch. Be yours to hold it High." Physical Editor and Ballplayer CAMPUS B. A- WW I I COME ON FATHER A. STUDENT COUNCIL C. POLITICAL PULL D. NO MAN'S LAND E. SOME TRASH CAN I ! CHAR ACTORS A. TAKE A GUESS HONEY B. BIOLOGY MAJOR C. O-W-W! BURNS D. PRE-MED STUDENT EXAMINING EAR E. ANYBODY WE KNOW? F. KUBLA KHAN G. LIFE THROUGH ROSE COLORED GLASSES H. BLOW, GABRIEL, BLOW I I A - MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF S. H. C. *i« * SHEEP AT THE BLUE BIRD fi J* \L/ ■ V 1 j Wkk IWmmB m Bto -tJ MARIJUANA TANGO >* I '_! f T - • ' ' HAPPY IRISHMEN ? ? ? ? ? OHI NOW BUDDY STOP IT RUN CHUCK, A MONSTER AH, HA, THE GOODIES THAT'S FOR ME ill IN WIU./1/WfiHt TON I ? ? THE CONVERTIBLES HAVE IT l iP|f IM^WPU, , ^ ■raKgppR.1^^ PP^ tm t".\ '■ ^ilnlfliiijtr There must be at least one in there What every convertible should have. June Quinlivan, Eleanore Karagan, Ann Gatti, Mary Ellen Pittroff, Joan Dobbin, Helen Muscat, Sue Hays, Joanne Osinski, Marcelle Cowan. SARD* SC ° , s CONVEX C 0HV«« se/eH ' F. LOVES BLOOMS ON THE CAMPUS. H. SHOEING DOBBIN. G. (CENSORED I !) I. SPRING ISN'T LATE THIS YEAR. ^^pj^m A. "TOM DID WHAT ? ? ? ?" B. STANKY AND GASHOUSE GANG. C. FOUR OF THE EIGHT FRONT BURNERS. D. BUT NO, I HAVE DATES ON THOSE NIGHTS. F. WINE, WOMEN, AND SONG. G. OLE GRAND DAD. H. O. K. BOYS, DIS IS DE PUN. I. BWANA DEVIL I 1 I PHYSICAL WILLIAM GARDINER With eight seasons of fine Badger athletic teams behind him, Spring Hill athletic director and head basketball coach, Bill Gardiner, is looking forward to many more successful years ahead. A native of Washington D. C, Gardiner starred in football at Georgetown until sidelined in his Junior year by a knee injury. Upon graduating in 1943, Gardiner was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Army, and was captured by the Germans in the Battle of the Bulge, only to escape after six months. Arriving on the Spring Hill sports scene in 1946, Gardiner has built the Badgers into one of the strong- est small college quintets in the South and intends to keep them there. HEAD COACH GARDINER ATHLETICS STAFF This year because of sickness Fr. Dan Cronin was not able to travel with the teams on road trips, but his thoughts and prayers have certainly been with them. At the practices of the baseball and basketball teams his presence has been an inspiration. We hope sincerely that Fr. Dan will be able to attend next year's games for he stands as a symbol of Badger Athletics. FR. DAN CRONIN S. J. ALVIN BUCKHAULTS Golf Professional FR. ARTHUR COLKIN S.J. TOM FORD Manager COACH NAP An outstanding athlete during his college career at Spring Hill, Paul Napolitano captained both basketball and tennis teams in 1947 and 1948, after returning from a three year hitch in the Navy. Having joined the coaching staff upon graduation in 1948, Napolitano now handles the Little Badgers, Freshman cage squad, assists Gardiner with the Spring Hill varsity quintet and acts as head coach of the Spring Hill tennis team. PAUL NAPOLITANO ASSISTANT COACH ** >l m*£Z ' CAPTAIN BOB MacDONALD Center Washington, D. C. Wi-oft Mfcfc VARSITY BASKETBALL i-J I & ■#.. JL I PiW* ■- T ■■***&•** WJWwSi-w;'* _^^__^^_ HILL DEFEATS TULANE REGAN AND REIN TRY TO STOP REVON LOYOLA TRIES FOR ANOTHER POINT HAPPY GOES FOR THE BALL. REIN GOES FOR THE HEAD. REGAN AND MacDONALD GETTING INTO THE ACT. NO PLAY GETS BY "BIG BROTHER" POOLE WATCHES THE GIANTS VARSITY RECORD Highlighted by a triumph over Tulane, Southeastern Conference powerhouse, Spring Hill's 1953-54 Badger cage team turned in a mark of 16 wins in 26 games for their best record in three campaigns. The 60-57 midseason victory over the Green Wave catapulted the Badgers into a national prominence which remained with coach Bill Gardiner's quintet the rest of the year. Jumping off to a fast start, the boys gave hint to a coming marvelous campaign when Happy Mahfouz broke a Spring Hill College personal scoring record with a 39 point performance in the season's opener against Howard. Scoring seven wins in their eight frays, including a triumph over Southeastern Louisiana, a team which later beat famed Rio Grande in the N. A. I. A. tourney at Kansas Ofy/ the Badger five copped third place in the Senior Bowl tournament. After that the defeats were more numerous, but also were the thrillers. The Badgers won a 84-82 humdinger from Loyola of the South by tallying six points in the final 50 seconds. They also staged a brilliant victory over Tulane, and as a season climax, a 65 to 64 defeat of Loyola again, on the losers court, the day after the Wolfpack had been picked for the N. C. A. A. tourney. BASKETBALL WON LOST RECORD SHC OPP. 85 HOWARD 82 83 BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN 53 69 S. E. LOUISIANA 54 53 S. W. LOUISIANA 60 79 CULVER-STOCKTON 52 69 FLORIDA STATE 60 67 CENTRAL OF MO. 65 73 N. W. LOUISIANA 68 59 NORTH TEXAS SENIOR BOWL 61 75 STETSON SENIOR BOWL 56 8^- LOYOLA OF THE SOUTH 82 69 MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 80 50 TROY STATE 67 60 TULANE 57 69 LOUISIANA TECH 74 90 S. W. LOUISIANA 77 62 TROY STATE 58 76 GEORGIA TEACHERS 64 78 CENTENARY 70 60 N. W. LOUISIANA 71 58 CENTENARY 67 60 LOUISIANA TECH 71 60 S. E. LOUISIANA 63 71 DELTA STATE 66 5>- MISSISSIPPI-SOUTHERN 66 65 LOYOLA OF THE SOUTH 64 WON 16 LAST 10 EDMISTON BUS DRIVER S.H. HOLLER BOYS m s:« wm :s Kf%< *tf 1. « r>?" :,w iV^= 8 t A 7 / CUNNING AND WALTHER WATCH JOHNSON AND BARRY FIGHT FOR THE BALL. LIL' BADGERS Coached by Paul Napolitano, this years Lil' Badgers gave the fans a great show before the Varsity games. The members gain valuable ex- perience and someday hope to make Varsity team. Made up of Freshman, the Lil' Badgers ran up against tough competition. We will be looking forward to watching the Lil' Badgers again next year. Members of the Lil' Badgers were: Kolodziej, Logan, Shine, Shaffer, Cunning, McGrath, McKeen, Schulte., Hilbert, Leacy, Vannoni, Barry, Kemmerly, and Walther. KOLODZIEJ SUPERVISED THE BATTLE CUNNING SHOOTS WHILE SCHULTE, HILBERT, AND LOGAN TRY TO GET INTO THE PLAY. Top, left To Right, Coach Bill Menton, McGuire, Atkinson, Airey, Wirtz, Manager Bill Downes. Middle, Wright, Pompei, Hargadon, Melton, Gardner, McCann. Bottom, Poole, Jones, Rooney, MacDonald, Hurley, Wagner, Oen. BASEBALL THREE HITS AND A MISS HE'S SAFE "BIG BROTHER' 11/ t BASEBALL RECORD ig Hill Opponents 6 Univ. of Alabama 10 3 Univ. of Alabama 22 5 Keesler Field 9 5 Southeastern La. 8 Pensacola Navy 6 2 Whiting Field 7 6 Mississippi-Southern 3 5 Livingston State 4 5 Howard 3 Southeastern La. 8 4 Loyola Univ. 3 9 Livingston State 6 1 Howard 7 Mississippi-Southern 8 Loyola Univ. 17 Won 7 Lost 8 THE BENCH f—4— | » * * * m.: :. : Top Left to Right, Coach Napolitano, McKinnin, Willemse, Kimmerly . Hasser, Pierce. . Bottom Row, Kelly, Burke, TE I I IS TENNIS RECORD Spring Hill Opponents Univ. of Alabama 7 6 Marion 1 4 Mississippi-Southern 5 1 Mississippi State 8 6 Marion 1 3 Howard 4 Univ. of Michigan 9 2 Mississippi-Southern 5 1 Pensacola Navy 8 7 Tampa Univ. Pensacola Navy 7 3 Loyola Univ. 4 Loyola Univ. 7 6 Howard 3 Won 4 Lost 10 THE BADGERS NUMBER 1 DOUBLES TEAM DICK BURKE NUMBER 1 NEAL WILLEMSE NUMBER 2 JIM KELLY NUMBER 4 DICK KEMMERLY NUMBER 5 JIM HASSER NUMBER 6 NEW CLUB HOUSE GOLF BIG WHEELS CONFER TOM BRENNAN NUMBER 1 JOHN NOLAN NUMBER 2 JIM FISHER NUMBER 6 DAVID RING NUMBER 3 Spring Hill 26'/ 2 9 16 15 13 13*2 11V6 16 8'/2 17'/2 6 16'/2 y 2 14*6 GOLF RECORD Eglin Field Univ. of Alabama Tulane Mississippi-Southern Tulane Mississippi- Southern Eglin Field Miss. State Ole Miss. Southwestern Louisiana Tech Centenary North Texas Southeastern La. Opponents Vi 12 2 3 5 4'/2 6Vt 2 9*2 y 2 12 V/2 4'/2 3/2 Won 10 Lost 4 BERNARD HEGGEMAN NUMBER 5 WILLIAM CRUTCHER NUMBER 4 - . m REVEREND ARTHUR COLKIN, S<J. Director of Intramurols INTRAMURALS I. M. BOARD LEFT TO RIGHT: WILLIAMS, SCOTT, WALSH, LOPEZ, PRES. CALLAN, KOVACS, BEST FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS: MICKS BRENNAN, CASEY, COLBERT, McALEER, GARVIN, HALPIN I'VE GOT IT VOLLEY BALL CHAMPIONS SPLINTERS PISTORIUS, HILL, RUEFF, ORENDORFF, PEREZ, LUEDTKE, DYSON BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS CRACKERS MULHERIN, BEST, CALLAN, M. JOHNSON, WILLIAMS, COOMES. SOFT BALL CHAMPIONS - -' oC HALPIN and RING KICK OFF ITRAMURALS Whether on the green, on the courts, or in the gym, intramural sports play a very important part in the extra-curricular life of the student body at Spring Hill. The intramural sports include among many touch-football, basketball, Softball, and tennis. The student body has shown their enthusiasm for the games by participating with vigor. Winners in the various in- tramural sports are given prizes. FRONT ROW: Santiago Riascos, Tony D'Avanzo, Dave Thomas, Ruben Mansur, Alex Mansur, Roberto Lopez. BACK ROW: Jose Lima, Carlos Linares, Bobby Gonzales, Larry Cuevas, Bill Behrens. R T C «■■ ••**■ STIFF LT. COL. FRANKLIN R. PATTERSON Ex. Off. CAPTAIN GEORGE PULLIAM, JR. RIGHT Adjutant LT. COLONEL ELMORE P. MOORE Commanding Officer MASTER SERGEANT WOODROW LINDSEY Motor Sergeant SERGEANT FIRST CLASS LESTER A. ECCLES Artificer «? SGT. FIRST CLASS JACK L. SANTER Supply Sgt. MASTER SERGEANT PATRICK E. BURNS Light Weapon C. O. MASTER SERGEANT ROBERT E. DENEEFE STRIKE UP THE BAND has McCarthy seen these? TOP BRASS pleased ta MEET 'CHA salute in review 'it &.>» *i sj# , it r FRESHMEN LOOK AT SPRING HILL BEAUTIFUL MIRROR LAKE SCORCH ON THE HILL STUDY HALL LOOK OUT, NEIL, HE'S SLIPPING UP ON YOU [*1 . % GOTTA COME DOWN SOMETIME A McCarthy hangs in behind hill garvin and luedthe PICTURE OF PALS NEAR PALMS BURKE AND HASSER MODEL NEW UNIFORMS MODERN ART A J.A SPRING HILL GARDINER QUIETIY TAtXS IT OVER DIG REGAN'S CRAZY STEP CHEER, GIRtS, CHEER BALZLI i I n «#*. //, Sty SAVy m* ^ • H| ,■;#■'''• jE 1 i fls! f^^fl I «*V I r m 4 F • - 1 i CHEERS BY McDONALD AND MclLWAIN ■"- ^mct\ BALZLI FAN CLUft HAYI HAY! TAKE IT AWAYI - * ™*» ■ / //m , i/ / ''l-/.\ -t **fi .'V f^K K T _ **_ ■ i»^fc- *<Ajiig. ".-,-Mifa» Very Reverend Andrew (1 Smith, S.J.,Ph.D. PRESIDENT OF SPRING HILL COLLEGE REVEREND GEORGE T. BERGEN, S. J., A. M. Dean of The College REV. SIDNEY A. TONSMEIRE, S. J. Secretary REV. ORIE L. ABELL, S. J., A. M., S. T. D. Treasurer C. FRANKLIN LYNETTE, S. J., S. T. L Dean of Men NORBORNE R. CLARK, JR. M. D. Attending Physician DANIEL M. CRONIN, S.J. A.M. Moderator of Athletics MRS. ALBERT LEVET R.N. Director of College Infirmary F A d WILLIAM GARDINER, M. A. Director of Athletics and Coach PAUL NAPOLITANO, B. S. C. Assistant Athletic Coach REV. CHARLES T. MILLER, S.J., A.B. Student Counsellor Assistant Professor of Religion L T X MRS. JANICE BROOKS MRS. EFFIE JOHNSTON MISS PATRICIA FRANCIS MALONE MRS. Florence M. BARE B.S. Dietician CLIFF WORSHAM, B.S. Director of Publicity JOSEPH G. TYRRELL, A.B. Bursar JOSEPH C. MULHERN, S.J., M.S. Assistant Dean LOUIS J. BOUDOUSQUIE, M.S. Registrar PHILOSOPHY ARNOLD J. BENEDETTO, S.J. Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Chairman of the Department C. FRANKLIN LYNETTE, S. J., S. T. L. Assistant Professor of Philosophy SCOn YOUREE WATSON, S.J., Ph.D., HENRY F. TIBLIER, S.J., Assistant Professor Ph.D, Professor of Philosophy of Philosophy CLYDE J. ELLIOT, S.J. Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy JOHN O'KEEFE, S. J., A.M. Assistant Professor of Philosophy JOHN A. GASSON, S.J., Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy and Psychology MALCOLM P. MULLIN, S.J., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy CHARLES C. GOETZ, S.J., S.T.L. Associate Professor of Religion and Chairman of the Department CHARLES T. MILLER, S.J., A.B., S.T.L. Assistant Professor of Religion WARREN J. MARTIN, S.J., A.M. Special Instructor in Religion RAYMOND J. MULLIN, S.J., A.M. Assistant Professor of Religion JOHN E. SCHWING, S.J., M.A. Assistant Professor of Religion TERENCE KING, SJ., M.A. Professor of English FRANCIS L. JANSSEN, S.J., M.A. Professor of Language Chairman of the Department of Languages PAUL FELDHAUS, M.A. Instructor in Fine Arts ARMUND N. CUEN, M.A. Instructor in Modern Languages RENE DE LECAIN Dipl. D'Etudes Sup. Instructor in French JOHN E. SCHWING, S.J., M.A. Ass't Professor of Language LITERATURE MR. LYONS And FR. MURRAY ROBERT L. ANDERSON, S.J., B.A. Instructor in English FRANKLIN MURRAY, S.J., A.M. Professor of English and Chairman of the Department AND FINE ARTS DOROTHY M. TONSMEIRE Mus.D. Lecturer in Music CHARLES P. JOHNSTON B.S. Instructor in Speech ROBERT J. ZIETZ M. Lib. Instructor in English JOHN T. WALSH, S.J., M.A. Ass't Professor of English PATRICK H. YANCEY, S.J., Ph.D. Professor of Biology and Chairman of the Department of Biology CLAUDE E. VALENTINE, S.J., B.S. Instructor of Biology SCIENCES DR. FRANK KEARLEY, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry E. T. REGAL, A.M. Assistant Professor of Biology L. J. BOUDOUSQUIE, M.S. Professor of Drawing T. F. MULCRONE, S.J., M.S. Assistant Professor of Mathematics G. O. TWELLMEYER, S.J., M.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry JOHN V. DEIGNAN, S.J., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of the Department of Chemistry ELLA MORRIS, B.S. Lecturer in Biology EVERETT H. LARGUIER, S.J., Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of the Department of Mathematics and Physics. L. J. EISELE, S.J., M.S. Associate Professor of Physics ^•■Np***.,. . j ROY WILLIAM VOLLENWEIDER, S.J., A.M. Assistant Professor of History And Chairman of the Department of Social Sciences JOHN J. HOLDEN, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of History EDWARD R. JOHNSON, B.S. Special Lecturer in History SOCIAL SCIENCE REV. ALBERT S. FOLEY, S.J. Ph.D. Associate Professor of Sociology LT. COL. ELMORE P. MOORE, U.S.A., M.A. Professor of Military Science and Tactics and Chairman of the Department of Military Science ILITARY SCIENCE PATRICK BURNS, MASTER SGT., U.S.A. Instructor of Military Science R. E. DE NEEFE, MASTER SGT., U.S.A. B.S.C. Instructor of Military Science FRANKLIN RILEY PATTERSON B.S., B.J., Lt. Col., U.S.A. Assistant PMS&T. GEORGE W. PULLIAM Capt., U.S.A., B.S. Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics '■* £■ vJ MR. FRANKLYN SWEET, M.S., C.P.A. Professor of Accounting, Chairman of the Department COMMERCE PAUL BRUNSON, LL.B. Special Lecturer in Business Law JAMES E. MOORE, LL. B. Special Lecturer in Business Law MARIE A. NICHOLS, B.S. Special Lecturer in Secretarial Science KERMIT T. HART, M.S., C.P.A. Special Lecturer in Accounting W^fr SAMUEL M. BETTY, M.A. Assistant Professor of Economics DUNCAN TURNBULL, B.S. Special Lecturer in Commerce JOSEPH C. MULHERN, S.J., M.A. Assistant Dean, Professor of Education Chaiman of Dept. of Education BROTHER CLAVER THOMAS, S.C., Ph.D., Special Lecturer in Mathematics and Education. EDUCATION JOHN J. HOLDEN, M.Ed. Assistant Professor of History and Education MARIE A. KASTNER, M.Ed. Instructor in Education FRANKLYN H. SWEET Director of the Evening Division The Evening Division offers a variety of courses in downtown Mobile for the benefit of students who are un- able to attend classes during the day. The Division offers, for the most part, courses from the Department of Com- merce. However, to satisfy the needs of those who wish to gualify for the bachelors degree, other reguired courses are regularly given. Regular Spring Hill Students also take courses there in order to supplement their ordinary curricula. IVIIIIC DIVISION GRADUATES Spring Hill's Evening Division is now showing the fruits of the harvest in as much as it has produced four times as many graduates this year as last. The Evening Division graduates have shown their interest in obtaining an education at night, while in most cases working for a living in the day. These persons are to be commended on their achievement because the aver- age span for a night school graduate is 6 years as compared with 4 of a regular student. WILLIAM FRANCIS EGAN, B.S.C. Winner of the Lange Medal in Accounting JAMES JARVIS GRACE, B.S.C ELDREDGE E. GRISWOLD JR., B.S.C. IOLA S. HAZEL, B.S.C. Winner of Faulk Medal'. ERNEST S. IRBY, B.S.C. EARL DAVID LEURCK, B.S.C. GEORGE H. PIERCE, B.S.C. MARGARET REINHART, B.S.C. FAYE MARIE YEAGER, B.S.C. STUDENTS The preceeding portion of this Academic Section was devoted to the Administration and Faculty who give academic standing to the following portion devoted to the students. The various campus organizations, composed of students with exceptional scholastic abilities, come first. These are followed by the students, ranging from the freshmen, who have just begun their academic training, to the graduating seniors, who are now ready to make practical application of their academic knowledge. These, as a whole, compose the Academic Section. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council consists of representatives from campus organizations and student elected members. It serves a useful variety of campus purposes. Besides its duties as a student governing board it serves as a coordi- nating center for all the activities of campus organizations. It gives an excellent opportunity for the recognition of qualities of leadership in the student body. BRYSON JONES Vice-President HELEN MUSCAT Secretary BURNELL BROWN RICHARD BURKE RICHARD CIMINO CHARLES DeLORME THOMAS FORD EDWARD KILDAY CHARLES MARINO GERALD MORRISON JOE H. PISTORIUS JERRY F. REIDY PAUL THIERRY ALPHA SIGMA Nil Mil BURNELL BROWN ALPHA SIGMA NU . . . A society organized to honor stu- dents of Jesuit Universities and Col- leges who have distinguished them- selves in scholarship, loyalty and service to the College; to promote all the various activities of the Col- lege and all laudable activities of the students and the student organ- izations; to band together those alumni who most fully understand and appreciate the ideals of a Jesuit education and to impress these ideals upon their fellow men. EUGENE WOODS SAMUEL ELLZEY President JOHN PERRY NEAL WILLEMSE CATHERINE HEPBURN WHO'S MICHAEL ZOGHBY BURNELL BROWN GEORGE McGINN THOMAS LEE EUGENE WOODS Fourteen persons were chosen this yeor to represent Spring Hill's contribution to the nationally published WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. These persons were chosen on their scholastic merit and participation in extracurricular activities. The Beta Beta Beta fraternity was established here in 1922 when the Beta Alpha chapter was chartered. Its moderator is the Rev. P. H. Yancey, S. 'J. Tri Beta strives to cultivate an active interest among i+s members in medical and biological research. Besides bi-monthly meetings the chapter hears frequent lectures from biological and med- ical authorities. Tri Beta is also known for its annual fruitless fishing trip. However, this year their piscatorial efforts were rewarded by a large mess of fish. BURNELL BROWN President PATRICK BUCKLEY Vice-President FRANKLIN MASSARI Secretary RAYMOND SMITH Historian BETA BETA BETA Robert Cazayoux John Cranton Raymond Gasser William Heintz Raymond Joseph Emmett Kelly Thomas Kiernan Herbert Kinsey Jack Manley Peter Mule Vincent Palermo Barbara Patrick Raymond Perez Dominic Reina John Taylor Clayton Mosely Vincent DeFatta Troy Ellis Joseph Garvin Joan Castro Valsin Brousse James Wendell Virginia James Francine Home Lillian Morck Marion Matthews John Sardisco Fenwick Walsh William Scheffer Travis Owen James Norris AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY JERRY MORRISON President EftGAR HARRIS Secretary BRUCE HELMLY Vice-President OTIS MITCHUM Treasurer An outgrowth of the old Chemical Club, the Ameri- can Chemical Society is a three year old new-comer to the Hill campus. The general aim of the Society is to foster interest in the science of Chemistry. It has gained the esteem of regional high schools by serving as an annual host to visiting high school chemistry classes. The society itself makes field trips to various chemical plants in the Mobile area. FRESHMEN OFFICERS BRIAN DALY Treasurer TOM SCHULTE Vice-President JOANNE OSINSKI Secretary RICHARD BURKE President Edward Ahr Lila Arnold Raymond Anders D. R. Atkinson Charles Archer Thomas Bobin FRESH MEAL BITES THE DUST. FRESHMEN Harold Bahlinger Charles Baxter James Bailey William Behrens Jerry Barenti Clinton Black Robert Barnes George Black Joseph Barry J. Patrick Boney William Barthes John Braultt >&fa>W Grace Brock Dick Burke Joseph Brown Jim Burke Kathryn Bufkin John Busey I ] I v» QUICK, A CASE OF DIAL SOAP! FRESHMEN DON'T BEAT THE HEAT, BEAT THE DRUM. John Campbell Eddie Cardosi R. Campbell Audrey Carey HOW'S THE FORM, DICK? W. B. Carney Robert Coggeshall John Chadwick John Copeland Warren Colson John Corso FRESHMEN Kevin Costello Robert Coyle John Courtney William Crabtree Thomas Courtney Gilbert Craft THE GARDEN CLUB. ? Hugh Curtis Brian Daly Johnny Davis Frank D'Avanzo Mickey Dawson FRESHMEN SIGN DEATH WARRANT F R E S H M E I Charles DeBeau William Delano Paul Doiron Ed Dorgan William Downes Maurice Duquesnay Yvonne Duke Bernard Durbin Andrew Edwards John Fahey Samuel Comly MRS. BARES ANNUAL SMOKED TURKEY PICNIC Diaz C. Falcon Philip Frank Stephen Filipich Carolyn Gideon James Fisher Walter Gill Jr. FRESHMEN Joe Gordon Michael Grogan William Hagen Rex Hammock Edward Hargadon Robert Harkins Patrick Harte Robert Hawdins Paul Hellinghausen Larry Hilbert DID HE BUY ONE? George Hodges Robert Jackson Frank Hughes Edward Jones Clifford Jackson FRESHMEN W. R. Jones Carl J. Kelly Charles Kacir William D. Kelly Eleanore Karagan Richard Kimmerly NO CAPTION; I'M TIRED. Hugh Kemp Ethel Kordamenos Dan J. King George Kuntz Gene Kolodziej Richard Lamm YOU SHOCK EM AND YOU BREAK EM AND YOU OH MAN. FRESHMEN SKEETER CAN FLY Geo. Leatherbury Michael Lemoine W. Leatherwood L. G. Lightsey Joe Leckick Stephen Lignos v- i i ■ R. Frank Locknar Martin Long Charles Logan Bernard McCann William Logan Wilston McCleery BADGERS SPEAK BEFORE PEP-RALLY GROUP FRESHMEN NO, NO, I CAN'T GIVE, I HAVE NIGHT-MARES Patricia McDonoi^gh Tom I. McKinstry Thomas McGrath Dennis Mahoney Michael McKeen George Mallard CADDY, COM'ERE. Edward Martz Victor Meaut Charles Mason Frank Mele Louis Mathews Johnny Miller FRESHMEN Lillian Morck Richard Morris William Morgan Tom Muckler Gerald Morris Michael Murphy THE AGONIZING LIFE OF CHEMISTRY MAJORS. '"'"■ J William Nixon Joanne Osinski James Norris Travis Owen Richard Oen Ernesf Park PLEASE RETURN THE COKE BOTTLE. FRESHMEN Charles Patronas Fred Perlitz Smith Pickett Ray Pisa rich Kenneth Plunkett George Powell Gerald Powell Richard Rasberry Sylvia Reed i 1 .u ,. u«l «p ,f of A TRIBE OF BADGERS. Marcel Remson George Rodgers Charles Ridley James Rodriguez Wilfiam Roberts Julia Roe FRESHMEN James Rucker Thomas Ryan John Sahal Henry Scanlon William Scanlon Charles Scheffer James Schulte Tom Schult Jeannine Seuzeneau Mike Shershin Mary Sheehy Michael Shine Donald Smith Richard Sibley John Soule SINGING IN THE RAIN. FRESHMEN George Stepanek Robert Tanner John Stevens Joseph Teague Faye Stewart Dudley Terrell James Stanley Lois Terrell George Steger Melva Thompson John Quinlivan Joanna Torbert IN MEMORIAM John Hean Ofto Vanoni Fenwick Walsh Norman Vetter Helen Ward James Walker Shirley Watford F R E S H M E I Tom Wedemeyer Diane Wilson William Werneth Elizabeth Wilson William Whitmire Thomas Wertz Ruth Wilburn Eugene Wright Joseph Wilkinson Charles Young William Williams Robert Young < I SOPHOMORE OFFICERS BT AUSTIN ORENDROFF Vice-President JOSEPH PISTORIUS President MARCELLE COWAN Secretary JERRY CASEY Treasurer ^?%l J* III M -^Mk ■mB %* ■:.4B Thomas Adams John Arata Richard Airey Jeff Arnold James Alfred David Azar EXAMS ARE HERE AGAIN SOPHOMORES George Azar John Bergen James Boland Bill Boos Donald Bordelon Robert Boudreaux Mary Breaux Owen Brennan Joe Broussard Valsin Brousse Louis Bussolati George Callaghan Sal Cangemi Robert Carter Ruth Carberry Jerry Casey James Carlisle Joan Castro A LOOK OF DISTINCTION SOPHOMORES USE SOMETHING ELSE, THAT NAME IS TOO LONG Arthur Clark Marcelle Cowan Robert Colbert Felix Cowsert William Cooper William Crutcher CHOW HALL BOOK SHELF. Walter Darring George Dyson Jan Doiron Byron Falgout Edward Dowd Inge Finch SOPHOMORES Thomas Ford Raymond Gasser Jimmy Garner Ann Gatti Joe Garvin Mary Frances Gideon GETTING OUT THE STUDENT DIRECTORY. Tom Gordon Robert Halpin Ralph Griffin Morris Hamilton Joseph Guillory Gary Harben WATCH IT, HE'S LOOKING SOPHOMORES 'i Micheal Harbin Jerry Hare William Harty Jim Hasser Joseph Herbert * i S: William Heintz Gerald Hesse Lorenza Hi 1 Francine Home Walter Hovell JUST DOWN THE TRAIL. John Hurley John Jones Virginia James Joseph Jongebloed Mike Johnson Merwe Jordan SOPHOMORES Charles Joseph Raymond Joseph James J. Kelly (Chicago) James J. Kelly (Mobile) E. J. Kilday Oliver J. Latour John Leacy Joseph Leavitt Delores Lee Gerald Lockie NEW CADDY HOUSE Mary Loomis John McCarthy John Luedtke Wilson McCrary J. C. McAleer leo MacDonald SOPHOMORES Robert McDonald Jack Manley James McGuire Charles Marino Joseph Maiorino James Marzano FLIRTI If V J Marion Mathews Walter Mullady Charles Mosmiller Thomas Muller Peter Mule Jerry Mullin STILL A FREE COUNTRY? SOPHOMORES LITTLE OLE SOUTHERN BELLES Helen Muscat Ellen Olivier Herman Neese Richard O'Neill Jackson Norton Buddy Orendorff Joe Parisy Joe Pistorius Barbara Partick Francis Poole Victor Perez Murray Perlman BIG AS LIFE SOPHOMORES Patsy Rasp John Ryan Gene Ridell John Sanroma Domenick Reina John Sardisco Bill Roberts Donald Savery Phillip Rueff Robert Schell Harold Russell Lattie Sexton THAT EAGER INTELLIGENT LOOK William Shapiro Cliff Smith John Shea Shelby St. Martin Estorge Sibille Nick Stavrakos SOPHOMORES Betty Tarlton Richard Thierry Mary Catherine Vella Tom Waddell James Wendell William S. Williams Richard Williamson Jimmy Wilson Wilkie Wright Sam Wright Louis Zeller Guy Zoghby JUNIOR OFFICERS FRED SWEENEY Treasurer BRYSON JONES President MARY ELLEN PITTROFF Secretary HENRY FLAUTT Vice-President Don Allen Frank Barzizza Joe Anello Rosemary Buckley Jose Baretto Joe Burch THE TORCH MAY GET OUT jyion Barron Burke James Cunning Dennis Butterfield Yvonne Dacovich Robert Cazayoux Doug Daniels James Chambers William Danne Tom Christie James Davis Larry Cuevas Vince DeFatta Joan Dobbin Peggy Fagan Mary Frances Donnelly Henry Flautt Charles Edmiston Alex Fox WINSTON, LET'S GO HUNT JESUITS jyion TORCH STAFF SLAVES Howell Gibbons Mike Halpin Vince Gorham Edgar Harris C. H. Gunthrope Bruce Helmly A PROPERLY DECORATED BICYCLE. Theodore Henlfen Bryson Jones Catherine Hepburn John Kerrigan Glen Hogan Pete Kinnally JUNIORS Herbert Kinsey Thomas Landry George Koehler Joseph Linder Milton Kringel William Livingston YOU MEAN, THAT'S THE WAY IT REALLY WORKSI Jerry Lynch Happy Mahfouz Mary McKinney James Malsch Charles McKinnon Alex Mansur COLLEGE SANDWICH SHOP FAVORITES JUNIORS Ruben Mansur Frank Massari John Matthews Jossy Mansur Mary Minor Archie Mitchell James Mitchell Otis Mitchum James Moody Jerry Morrison I COFFEE'S PERKING Clinton Mosley Tom Newell Barry Mouton Charles Nobles Paul Muller John Nolan JUNIORS Edwin O'Neal William Parnell Vince Palermo David Partridge Roberta Pearson Pat Peresich Louis Petjje Edwin Pierce John Pierce Mary Ellen Pitroff Ronald Pompeii Jerry Reidy June Quinlivan William Rein Jack Regan Santiago Riascos I TELL THE FUNNIEST JOKES JUNIORS FR. GOETZ, "I'M LATE". Dave Ring Vincent Sarra Francisco Rodriguez James Schwing James Russ im£ ^ji^^f TAKE IT FROM ME, THIS MODERN ART IS REALLY COOL. Henry Shannon Fred Sweeney William Shea Walter Sweeney Richard Smith John Taylor JUNIORS William Tonsmeire Lester Wheeler John Wade Dick Whittington Richard Walther JUST LIKE MOTHER I GRADUATES OF 1954 Secretary MARY CATHERINE LEACY B.S., Sociology President RICHARD D. CIMINO B.S., Sociology Vice-President WILLIAM B. LAFFITEAU B.S., Sociology Treasurer ROY L. BUBB B.S., Economics John Leer Ardoin B.S., English Gerald Joseph Blackburn B.S.C., Business Administration Harry Lee Best B.S.C., Business Administration Frank E. Boiling B.S., History Col. Moore, in leaving Spring Hill for German/, takes a last look at his graduating class. Milton Joseph Boiling III B.S., History Thomas E. Brennan B.S., English Brennan's glad he made it. Fr. Eisele models cap and gown. ! I' James Clinton Breadus B.S.C., Accounting H*%>-*^~wfl^ Burnell Roland Brown B.S., Biology John Carwie B.S., Biology William Carol Coomes B.S.C., Accounting Patrick Timothy Buckley, Jr. T , ^ , .. T . c ■ „ ... , ,, „ , _ . e ,.. u D ... ' ' The Detroit Tigers Frank Boiling and the Boston Red Sox Milt Boiling. B.S., Biology Tardy, senior Springhillian editor, and family. John Patrick Callan B.S., History Bernie Mulherin and $100 for economics essay. Charles Theodore DeLorme B.S.C., Business Administration Norman Anthony Duffy B.S., English James Francis Donovan B.S.C., Economics Alvin Cantey Ellis B.S., English Heggeman and family. Samuel Edward Ellzey B.S., Chemistry The Jennings Family Who got the diploma? John Louis Ernst B. S. History Garrett Bernard Farrel B.S.C., Economics Robert Gonzales B.SG., General Business Jean Louis Gouin B.S., History Robert Graham B.S.C., General Business Bernard Heggeman B.S., English Those are our boys. Edgar Leon Graham B.S.C., General Business Nite schoolers Faye Yeager and Margaret Reinhart Tyrone Power Markwalter and Burt Lancaster Scott. James Edward Higgins B.S., English Gayford L. Hinton B.S.C., Accounting Philip Patrick Jennings B.S., English Morris Jackson Johnson B.S.C., Accounting Emmett John Kelly B.S., Biology Mrs. John Ernst gets diploma for herself and for John in absentia. John Murray and family. '■■' ■':*'.: ; ; Carwie Caravan Thomas Joseph Kiernan B.S., Biology James Klepac B.S.C., General Business James M. Knight B.S., Physics Thomas Potts Lee B.S., English Philip Henry Leighton B.S., English Charles Milton Kokes B.S.C., Business Administration Patrick T. Buckley, Jr., Alumni Summer Research Scholarship in Biology. Stephen Charles Kovacs, Jr. B.S., History Seniors face the cameras Bob Mulcahy and family Carlos Gonzales Linares B.S.C., Business Adm. Frank L. Lynam B.S.C., Accounting Michael Lubel B.S.C., General Business Robert John MacDonald B.S.C, Business Adm. George Peters McGinn B.S.C, General Business Gayford L. Hinton, Jr., Distinguished Student in Accounting Award. James F. Donovan, Allen Medal (Excellence in Deportment). I Jossy Mehsen Mansur B.S.C, Business Adm. Neal Willemse, Certificate of Leadership Achievement. C «s Ruben Damian Mansur B.S.C. Business Adm. Matt Rice, Service Cup Winner, Richard P. Cimino, Married day after graduation, in College Chapel. John Sheehen Markwalter B.S.C, Business Adm. lola Shreve Hazel, Faulk Medal, Honors in B.S.C. Robert Joseph Mulcahy B.S.C. Business Adm. William F. Egan, Large Medal (Excellence in Accounting). Bernard Joseph Mulherin B.S.C, Economics LEFT TO RIGHT: Louis Tonsmeire, Merill Medal (Best English Paper); James M. Knight, $25 Se- curity Bond (Best Science Student); Michael Zoghby, Valedictorian; Robert E. Woods, Toolen Medal (Highest Scholastic Average). t, J Raymond I. Smith, Stewart Medal, Best Biology Paper. "See Page 84." ST " jf r V ' 1 • *?* V in . jpiiiw»» ■ Jack Manley, Sophomore Mastin Medal (Best Chemistry Paper). John William Murray B.S., Philosophy John A. O'Connor B.S.C., Commerce Roberto C. Lopez Pereira B.S.C., General Business Ralph John Perry B.S., Sociology Dale Hogan, Junior Class. Hutchison Medal, for Best Thesis in Philosophy. George H. Pierce B.S.C., Retailing •Margaret Reinhart B.S., Secretarial Science Charles S. Powell B.S., History Ernest S. !n,y B.S.C., Business Adm. Walter Winston Powell B.S., Sociology John Courtney, Freshman. Walsh Memorial Medal for Excellence in Oratory. John Pierce, Joseph Block Memorial Medal for Music and Citation for outstanding perform- ance in Junior R.O.T.C. Patrick F. Harte, Freshman Cup. Richard Joseph Reilly B.S., English William. Andrew Scott B.S.C., Business Adm. Frank Ripoli B.S.C., Business Adm. Marvin T. Scott B.S., Political Science David Earl Leurck B.S.C., Business Administration James T. Sheehan B.S.C., Business Adm. John M. Shoulders B.S.C., Business Adm. Raymond Ignatius Smith B.S., Biology Edward J. Sonhalter B.S.C., General Business Thomas R. Tardy B.S.C., Commerce David S. Thomas B.S.C., Economics Francis George Vasser B.S., Physics Patricia Lou Vincent B.S., History James Walsh B.S., History Louis Edward Tonsmeire B.S. History Francis Xavier Walter B.S., English ^"^£* Cornelius William Willemse B.S., Retailing Luis M. Williams B.S.C., Accounting Robert Eugene Woods B.S., English Emmett Wright B.S.C., General Business Faye Loraine Yeager B.S.C., Accounting Michael E. Zoghby B.S.C., Accounting Eldridge E. Griswold B.S.C., Accounting Perry L. Waters B.S., Biology - FIRST ROW; F. Yeager, R. Gonzalez, I Hmel,E. Irby, R. Smith, G. Hinton, M. Zoghby, J. Knight, B. #rown, L Tonsme.re, N Duffey, D. Thdmas . . . SECOND ROW: J." Grace, W. Coomes, W. Egan, M. Scoff,, M. Johnson, J, Scolders, J. Broadus, E. Gilbert, J. Carwie, G. Farrell . . . THIRD ROW: R. Lopez, F. Lynam, E. Wright, F. Vasser, R. Graham, R. Tardy, J. Manjur C, G. Linares, T. Delorme, J. O'Connor . . . FOURTH ROW: E. Griswold, M. Reinhart, G. Pierce, W. McAleer, S. Elzey, R. MacDonald, J. Blackburn. *• ' ' ,' ".", ^, " IHf -vJI ff |l «G5m Z ^iM ** -^ ^ „- 'sJ^S&t i -t'A FIRST ROWs R. Cimino, R. Woods,. F. X. Walter,, J. Ardoin, T. Lee, P. Leighton, J. Donovan, B. Heggeman, T. Brennan, I. Kiernan, W. Lafitteau . . . SECOND ROW: A.JIlis, P. Jennings, R. Bubb, W. Powell, J. Callan, J. Walsh, N. Willemse, J. Gouin, F. Ripoli, J. Murray , . . THIRD ROW: B. Mulkeriri, J. Higgins, J. Markwalter, W. Scott, H. Best, I. Williams, Mrs. John Ernst, J. Sheeha%>. . FOURTH ROW: C. Kokes, R. Deilly, P. Buckley, Patricia Vincent, Rubin Mansur, C. Powell, J. Perry: Through the Arch In Old Quadrangle Very Rev. Fr. Smith and Rt. Rev. Bede Luebel, O.S.B. Baccalaureate Sermon Wa ^ Group leaving Chapel Commencement Day Begins. Speaker of the Day, Edward F. Barry. Very Reverend Father Smith, President of the College. Conferring of degrees. Valedictorian Michael Zoghby. The Flags Lead the Graduates, The' Line Into The Future "t Senior Dance at Mobile Country Club. Maj. and Mrs. Griswold Mr. & Mrs. John Vincent • I P 1 1 \ Undergraduates able and unable. Harry Best and Joanne Osinski Cadet Col. Robt. MacDonald and Joan (winner of Outstanding Cadet Award) SAM BETTY PRESENTING "OUTSTANDING ATHLETE AWARD" TO DON STAINBROOK. HIIMI1 HSOCHTIOS The Mobile Alumni Association has taken an increasing interest in Spring Hill this year. Their efforts have been fruitful in helping obtain $40,000 for the Endowment Fund. Officers of the Mobile Alumni: MARSHALL DeMOUY President FRANK LOTT 1st Vice-President JOHN HARWOOD 2nd Vice-President EMILE ZOGHBY Secretary -Oiff'ttT^ It *3& • * Fr. Dan and and regraduates of '04 J. Espalla, A. F. Guili, W. Fossier, P. Norville. Not in picture but regraduated, W. Staehle. ANNUAL ALUMNI BANQUET SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO! I I «Mf^pi» COMPLIMENTS OF MOBILE ALIMI ASSOCIATION ; PATRONS R. D. 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PHONE 3-0336 COMPANY Corner Claiborne and Government Streets BIDGOOD STATIONERY COMPANY EVERYTHING FOR YOUR OFFICE BLUE PRINTS • PHOTOSTATS Dial 2-0518 or 2-6017 ONE DAY SERVICE AVAILABLE AT YOUR MOBILE RUG & SHADE COMPANY 305-17 DAUPHIN STREET NEIGHBORHOOD BRANCH FOSTER'S BARBER SHOP Laundry & Cleaners 3757 OLD SHELL ROAD FLAT-TOP SPECIALIST DICK ALDAY • ROY JONES • BILL FOSTER MET2GERS hart, shaffner & marx clothes arrow shirts — dobbs hats McGregor sportswear ALABAMA STATIONERY CO. "A Pleasure To Show You" DIAL 2-6775 75-77 DAUPHIN STUDENT DIRECTORY ABRAMS, WILLIAM F. 3990 Princeton Dr., Mobile, Alabama ADAMS, THOMAS C. 107 Espejo St., Mobile, Ala. ADDISON, FRED W. 351 B. Marengo St., Chickasaw, Ala. AHR, EDWARD 411 Twelfth N.W., Albuquerque, N. M. AIREY, RICHARD M. 1814 Park, Beaumont, Texas ALEXANDER, JAMES R. 1814 New Conti St., Mobile, Ala. ALLEN, DONALD L. 244 W. Second St., Pass Christian, Miss. ALFRED, JAMES JOURDAN 1011 E. Jackson St., Pensacola, Flo. ANDERS, ERIC RAYMOND 533 S. Biscayne River Dr., Miami, Fla. ANELLO, JOSEPH P. 1805 San Marco Place, Jacksonville, Fla. ANTHONY, CHARLES H. 7 Timothy St., Mobile, Ala. ARATA, JOHN J. 1 10 N. Ann St., Mobile, Ala. ARCHER, JOHN CHARLES Theodore, Alabama ARDOIN, JOHN L. 451 Park Ave., Eunice, La. ARNOLD, DANIEL J. 158 Louiselle St., Mobile, Alabama ARNOLD, LILA NELL Pascagoula, Miss. ATKINSON, DANIEL RAMSEY 3349 Perkins Rd„ Baton Rouge, La. ATWELL, JUANITA 1454 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama AZAR, GALEN DAVID 936 Richland Ave., Baton Rouge, La. AZAR, GEORGE BERNARD 116 S. Bainbridge St., Montgomery, Ala. BABIN, THOMAS WINBOURNE 5925 Goodwood Ave., Baton Rouge, La. BAGGETTE, ALBERTA 1677 Warbler Dr., Mobile, Alabama BAHLINGER, HAROLD I. 3069 Edward Ave., Baton Rouge, La. BAILEY, JAMES CARROLL 805 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Alabama BAISDEN, RALPH L. 322 E. Romano St., Pensacola, Fla. BANKESTER, HENRY L. 1660 Warbler Dr., Mobile, Alabama BARENTI, JERRY COHEN 71 Glenwood, Mobile, Alabama BARNES, JOHN J. 552 Glenwood, Mobile, Alabama BARNES, ROBERT ALAN 3318 Perry Ave., New York, N. Y. BARRETO, JOSE M. LIMA Senador Paula 759 sobral, Ceara, Brazil BARRY, ROBERT JOSEPH 701 Meriam, Plaquemine, La. BARTHES, WILLIAM FELIX 158 So. Jackson St., Mobile, Alabama BARTON, CHARLES L. Citronelle, Ala. BARZIZZA, FRANK J. 1946 Jackson St., Memphis, Tenn. BAXTER, CHARLES WESLEY 238 Patton Ave., Shreveport, La. BEHRENS, GUILLERMO 1207 State St., New Orleans, La. BELL, BILLY LEON 1911 Old Government St.. Mobile, Ala. BEMIS, JOSEPH DEVERAUX 656 Magnolia Rd., Mobile, Ala. BERGEN, JOHN DAVID 1220 Westment Rd. S. W., Atlanta, Ga. BEST, HARRY L., JR. 1840 Ohio Ave., Augusta, Ga BILLUPS, MRS. MARY 15 Bienville Ave.. Mobile, Alabama BINET, CAROL ANN 2256 Old Gpvernment St., Mobile, Alq, BLACK, CLINTON HOPE 313 McDonald Ave., Mobile, Ala. BLACK, GEORGE W., Ill 310 S. Ann St., Mobile, Ala. BLACKBURN, GERALD J. 1734 W. 83rd St., Chicago, III. BLACKWELL, JEWELL H. 1260 Texas St., Mobile, Ala. BODIFORD, JAMES LENARD BOLAND, JAMES R. 306 Green St., Augusta, Ga. BOLLING, FRANK 556 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Ala. BOLLING, MILTON J., Ill 556 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Ala. BOLTON, JOSEPH M. 1 1 1 Gilbert St., Mobile, Ala. BONEY, JOSEPH PATRICK BOOS, WILFRED, JR. 1447 Ronald Dr., Webster Groves, Mo. BORDELON, DONALD E. 162 Market, Opelousas, La. BORDEN, ATWOOD N. 549 Williams St., Mobile, Ala. BOSARGE, FLORENCE 303 Clark St., Prichard, Ala. BOUDREAUX, ROBERT J., JR. Grand Caillan Rt., Houma, La. BRABNER, BETTY F. 804 Kentucky St., Mobile, Ala. BRABNER, REYNOLDS 1962 Calmes St., Mobile, Ala. BRADY, EDWARD G., JR. 257 St. Emanuel St., Mobile, Ala. BRADY, SARA NAPIER 262 Morgan Ave., Mobile, Ala. BRASELL, VICTORIA D. 123 Westwood St., Mobile, Ala. BRAULT, JOHN DAVID 1232 N. Mayfield Chicago, III. BREAUX, MARY C. 1363 Government St., Mobile, Ala. BRENNAN, THOMAS E., JR. 3548 N. Hackett, Milwaukee, Wise. BRENNAN, OWEN E. 6539 W. End Blvd., New Orleans, La. BROADUS, JAMES C. 2713 Fillingham St., Mobile, Ala. BROCATO, VINCENT J., JR. P. O. Box 509 Clarksdale, Miss. BROCK, GRACE ELIZABETH 100 S. Fulton St.. Mobile, Ala. BROOKS, WILLIAM S. Rt. 9, Box 414, Snring Hill, Ala. BROUSSARD, JOE E. 1800 Pecos St., Beaumont, Texas BROUSSE, VALSIN L. La Salle Terrace, Chalmette, La. BROWN BURNELL R., JR. 2217 S. Ewinq St., Dallas, Tex. BROWN, KATIE I. Theodore, Ala. BROWN, JOSEPH 308 Glenwood St., Mobile, Ala. BROWN, MRS. J. R. 1457 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. BROWN, RUTH 3 Oriole Dr., Spring Hill, Ala. BRUCE, NORMA B. 573 Williams St., Mobile, Ala. BUBB, ROY L. 2917 Forest Park Dr., Charlotte, N. C. BUCKLEY, PATRICK T., JR. 800 N. President St., Jackson Miss. BUCKLEY, ROSEMARY 1429 S. Ann St.. Mobile, Ala. BUFKIN, KATHRYN L. 1301 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Ala. BIIFORD, CHARLES 273 N. Jefferson St., Mobile, Ala. BUNKLEY, FRANK K., JR. 32 W. Pinewood Cr., Spring Hill, Ala. BURKE, BARRON C. 417 E, Taylor St., Sgvgnngh, Ga, BURKE, JAMES J. 5933 S. Fairfield, Chicago, III. BURKE, LUCILE 154 DeSales Ave., Mobile, Ala. BURKE, RICHARD A. 215 S. Locust, Janesville, Wise. BURCH, JOSEPH B., Ill 206 Dilston, Spring Hill, Ala. BURNETT, WILLIAM G. 408 S. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla. BUSEY, JOHN F. V. A. Hospital, Jackson, Miss. BUSSOLATI LOUIS P., JR. 2315 23rd Ave., Gulfport, Miss. BUTTERFIELD, DENNIS O. 321 Oak St., Glen Ellyn, III. BYRNE, DONALD J. 34 Sleepy Lane, Hicksville, N. Y. CALAMETTI, JOHN A., JR. 960 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala. CALLAGHAN, GEORGE R. 9515 S. Leavitt, St., Chicago, III. CALLAN, JOHN P. 7443 Merrill Ave., Chicago, III. CAMPBELL, ANNA A. 1409 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Ala. CAMPBELL, FRANCIS RONALD 755 Jemison St., Mobile, Ala. CAMPBELL JOHN DOMINIC 44 Hathaway Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. CAMPBELL, PATRICK JOSEPH 570 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Ala. CANGEMI, SALVADOR JOACHIM 532 Green St., Thibodaux, La. CANNON, FRED HAROLD 318 Third St., Chickasaw, Ala. CARBERRY, RUTH C. 14 Cardinal Dr., Spring Hill, Ala. CARDOSE, EDDIE, JR. 2471 Park Ave., Memphis, Tenn. CAREY, AUDREY . 951 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. CARLISLE, JAMES T. 132 Seminole Ave., Palm Beach, Fla. CARLSON, ROBERT J. 2748 W. 83rd St., Chicago, III. CARNEY, WILLIAM B., JR. 411-A Crenshaw St., Mobile, Ala. CARTER, ROBERT L. 13 2nd Ave., Prichard, Ala. CARWIE, JOHN 1507 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. CASEY, JERRY P. 6654 General Diaz St, New Orleans, Lo CASTRO, JOAN A. 3050 Fendley Ave., Mobile, Ala. CAZAYOUX, ROBERT 2109 Perkins Rd., Baton Rouge, La. CHADWICK, JOHN R. 914 La Bauve Ave., Plaquemine, La. CHAMBERS, JAMES P. 2107 Renrock Rd., Cleveland, Ohio CHAMPLIN, MRS. W. K. 3256 Stein St., Mobile, Ala. CHAPPELLE, LEWIS CALVIN, JR. CHRISTIE, THOMAS P. 323 E. Romano, Pensacola, Fla. CIMINO, RICHARD D. 919 23rd Ave., Tampa, Fla. CLARK, ARTHUR A. 14321 Memorial Hwy. N., Miami, Fla. CLARK, GEORGE A. 1506 Brown St., Mobile, Ala. COGGESHALL, R. J. N. 7th St., Rochelle, III. COLBERT, R. S. 442 Mosby St., Memphis, Tenn. COLSON, WARREN J. 1720 Oak Dr., Augusta, Ga. COMLY SAMUEL P. Ill 2050 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Ala. COOMES, WILLIAM 1202 Breckenridge St., Qwensboro, Ky. STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) COOPER, W. E. 258 Georgia Ave., Mobile, Ala. COPELAND, JOHN L. P. O. Box 222, Demopolis, Ala. CORSO, JAMES C. 11)7 West Bayview, Biloxi, Miss. COSTELLO, KEVIN F. 1633 S. 48th Ct., Cicero, III. COURTNEY, JOHN A. 247 Tuthill Lane, Spring Hill, Ala. COURTNEY, T. F. 201 S. Lackwood, Chicago, III. COWAN, MARCEUE M. 1055 Government St., Mobile, Ala. COWSERT, FELIX E., JR. 445 Albert Ave., Shreveport, La. COYLE, ROBERT D. 2308 Octavia, New Orleans, La. COX, IOYD G. 612 Westwood St., Mobile, Ala. CRABTREE, WILLIAM N. 156 Madison St., Mobile, Ala. CRAFT, GILBERT R. Citronelle, Ala. CRANTON, JOHN R. 302 N. Joachim St., Mobile, Ala. CRIMINALE, WILLIAM OLIVER, JR. 959 Cottrell St., Mobile, Ala. CRUTCHER, WILLIAM H. 23 Young St., Selma, Ala. CUEVAS, LAWRENCE C. 723 Beach St., Biloxi, Miss. CUNNING, JAMES H. 1508 W. 86th St., Chicago, III. CURTIS, HUGH C. 972 Country Club Dr., Baton Rouge, La. DACOVICH, YVONNE M. 3740 Cedar Ave., Spring Hill, Ala. DALY, BRIAN F. 2405 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. DANIELS, DOUGLAS 2209 Dickens Ave., Mobile, Ala. DARRING WALTER I., JR. 859 Washington Ave., Mobile, Ala. D'AVANZO, FRANCIS A. 661 Herdon Ave., Shreveport, La. DAVIS, JAMES B. 41 Oriole Dr., Spring Hill, Ala. DAVIS, JOHN N. 1 1 Van Deuval St., Mobile, Ala. DAWSON, MILTON P. Englewood, Box 849, Rocky Mount, N. C. DE BEAU, CHARLES A. 644 Coplin, Detroit 15, Michigan DeFATTA, Vincent P. 4113 Union St., Shreveport, La. DeLANO, WILLIAM R. 361 1 Sayre, Chicago, III. DeLOACH, WESLEY C. 2600 Fairway Dr., Mobile, Ala. DELORME, CHARLES T., JR. 303 E. Hall St., Savannah, Ga. DENNY, AUBREY EDWARD 708 Johnston Ave., Mobile, Ala. DIAMOND, JAMES Rt. 3, Box 362 Mobile, Ala. DOBBIN, JOAN 1 157 Ross St., Mobile, Ala. DOIRON, BARBARA J. 1001 Drehr, Baton Rouge, La. DOIRON, PAUL W. 1271 Florida St., Baton Rouge, La. DONOHUE, FRANK J. 7211 Merrill St., Chicago, III. DONNELLY, MARY F. 56 N. Reed Ave., Mobile, Ala. DONOVAN, JAMES F. 2121 E. 72nd Place, Chicago, III. DONOVAN, THOMAS C. 8955 S. Hoyne St., Chicago, III. DORGAN, EDMUND H. 4322 Manhatten Dr., Jackson, Miss DOWD, EDWARD C. 9654 Longwood, Chicago, III, DOWDS, JAMES B. 132 Hobson, Hot Springs, Ark. DOWNES, WILLIAM E., Ill 152 De Windt Rd., Winnetka, III. DRUHAN, SARAH ELLEN 1912 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Ala. DUBROCK, JOHNNY MORRIS Robertsdale, Ala. DUFFEY, NORMAN A. 600 W. 144th St., New York, N. Y. DUKE, MAURICE Y. 313 Weinacker Ave., Mobile, Ala. DUQUESNAY, MAURINE W., JR. 5024 Paris Ave., New Orleans, La. DURBIN, WILLIAM B. Maryland Drive, Bowling Green, Ky. DYSON, GEORGE'C, JR. 505 Morphy Ave., Fairhope, Ala. EASTERLING, TILLIS P. 65 Fourth St., Prichard, Alabama ECKHOFF, MONA O. 951 Selma St., Mobile, Ala.. EDMISTON, CHARLES H. 3127 S. W. 21st St., Miami, Fla. EDWARDS, ANDREW W., JR. 1717 Fern Rd., Lakeland, Fla. EGAN, WILLIAM F. 208-D Chambers St., Prichard, Alabama ELLIS, ALVIN C. 257 Claiborne St., Mobile, Ala. ELIZEY, SAMUEL E., JR. 1 1 1 Marine St., Mobile, Ala. ENTREKIN, WALTER E., JR. 1055 Elmira St., Mobile, Ala. ERNEST, SIDNEY W., JR. 1606 Partridge Dr., Mobile, Alabama. ERNST, JOHN 103 Talbot, Pine Bluff, Ark. EWEST, C. JANICE Rt. 6, Box 185 Mobile, Ala. FAGAN, MARGARET 15 Buerger Rd., Mobile, Ala. FAHEY, JOHN J. 2660-B Kittyhawk, Mobile, Ala. FALCON, DIAZ CASTULO Box 915, Aibonito, Puerto Rico FARRELL, ANNA L. 554 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. FARRELL, GARRETT B. 6430 Second Ave., St Petersburg, Fla. FELIS, JOHN D. 1112 Caroline Ave., Mobile, Ala. FILIPICH, STEPHEN A. 1305 First St., Biloxi, Miss. FINCH, RICHARD I. 956 Old Shell Rd„ Mobile, Ala. FINDLEY, JOHN F. 809 Courtney St., Mobile, Ala. FISHER, JAMES E. 40 Fern St., New Rochelle, N. Y. FITZPATRICK, JAMES G. 2155 Osage St., Mobile, Ala. FLANARY THOMAS N. 581 1 Charlotte, Kansas City, Mo. FLAUTT, FRANK H. Rt. 1, Sidon, Miss. FOBES, RUTH 9 Oriole Dr., Mobile, Ala. FORD, ALICE 163 S. Georgia Ave., Mobile, Ala. FORD, THOMAS A., JR. 74 N. Reed Ave., Mobile, Alabama FOX, ALEX P. 7030 Delmar, University City, Mo. FRANK, PHILIP W. 318 Milam. Shreveport, La. FRITZ, KATHLEEN 160 N. Joachim St., Mobile, Ala. FULLER, JUANITA S. 251 1 Pleasant Val. Rd., Mobile, Ala. FUSSELL, ANNIE 7 W. Foch St., Prichard, Ala. GALLAGHER, MARY S. 30$ Fourth St„ Mobile, Ala, GANDT, RICHARD F. 1215-C Murray Hill Ct„ Mobile, Ala. GARNER, JAMES W. 804 Baltimore St., Mobile, Ala. GARVIN, JOSEPH P. 1620 S. W. First St., Miami, Fla. GASSER, RAYMOND F. Route 2, Cullman, Ala. GATTI, ANN V. 3 DeMouy St., Mobile, Ala. GATTI, ERNEST ALAN 3 DeMouy St., Mobile, Alabama GAY, JESSIE M. 1514 N. Railroad, Whistler, Alabama GERALD, NORMAN S., JR. 800 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. GERJEBSM, NATUKDAM 211 W. First St., Biloxi, Miss. GIBBONS, CHARLES H. 1276 Hurtel St., Mobile, Alabama GIBBONS, HOWELL E. 1661 Polk St., Mobile, Ala. GIDEON, CAROLYN 1313 Chamberlain, Mobile, Ala. GIDEON, MARY F. 1313 Chamberlain, Mobile, Ala. GILBERT, EDWARD A., JR. 317 Brentwood Lane, Mobile Ala. GILBERT, THOMAS J. 23 S. Julia St., Mobile, Ala. GILL, WALTER R., JR. 1111 Avon Rd., W. Palm Beach, Fla. GINTZ, ERVIN J., 212 S. 11th St., Belleville, III. GLADNEY, CHARLES B. Rt. 9, Box 706, Mobile, Ala. GLOVER, BARBARA LOUISE Box 385, Montrose, Ala. GODBOLD, NORMAN J. 2352 Taylor St. Mobile, Ala. GORDON, THOMAS M. 1306 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. GORHAM, VINCENT R. 202 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth Fla. GONZALES, ROBERT GOU1N, JEAN L. 26 Glencoe, Montreal, Canada GRACE, JAMES J. 1674 Warbler Dr., Mobile, Ala. GRAHAM, EDGAR L. 1 1 1 Shady Oak Dr., Mobile, Ala. GRAHAM, MALCOLM J. 1102 O'Donnell St., Mobile, Ala. GRAHAM, ROBERT A. Bayou La Batre, Alabama GREENE, FRENCH 207 Second St. Chickasaw, Alabama GREENSTEIN, STANLEY M. 1120 Caroline Ave., Mobile, Ala. GRIFFIN, RALPH M., JR. 208 W. Davis Blvd., Tampa, Fla. GROGAN, MICHAEL D. 320 Pierre Mont Rd., Shreveport, La. GUILLORY, JOSEPH D., JR. 400 S. 7th St., Eunice, La. GU1LLOT, MAX A., JR. 6 Japonica Ave., Mobile, Ala. GUNN, JOHN R., JR. 16 Oriole Dr., Mobile, Ala. GUNTHROPE, CLARENCE H. 360 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Ala. GUNTHROPE, REGINA 902 S. Cedar St., Mobile, Ala. HADJADONAKIS, DEMETRIOS HAGEN, JOHN F. Rt. 3, Box 33-A, Crichton Sta. Mobile, Alabama HAIRSTON, MARY F. 1001 Government St., Mobile, Ala. HALPIN, MICHAEL J. 1212 College Ave., E. St. Louis, III. HALPIN, ROBERT F. 1212 College Ave., E. St. Louis, III. STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) HAMILTON, MILTON K. 1569 Macy Court, Mobile, Ala. HAMILTON, MORRIS B., JR. Rt. 4, Box 215, Mobile, Ala. HAMILTON, RICHARD W. 266 Pine View Lane, Spring Hill, Ala. HAMMACK, REX L. Irvington, Alabama HANNON, WILLIAM C. 254 Levert St., Mobile, Alabama HANSON, Zolner 1000 Dauphin St. Mobile, Alabama HARBEN, GARY A. HARBIN, MICHAEL G. 130 Hobbie Dr., Montgomery, Ala. HARDESTY, JOHN Caroline Ave., Post Office, Mobile, Ala. HARE, JEREMIAH J. 9042 Aberdeen St., Chicago, III. HARGADON, EDWARD W. 7900 Martin Ave., W. Palr» Beach, Fla. HARKINS, ROBERT W. 169 Belmont Ave., Jersey City, N. J. Harris, Edgar C. 183 South St., Mobile Ala. HARRISON, BETTY J. 2008 Bragg Ave., Mobile, Alabama HARTE, PATRICK F. 143 Ivy St., Newark, N. J. HARTLEY, CARL H. 157 Thomas Lane, Plateau, Ala. HARTY, WILLIAM J. 606 E. 50th St. Savannah, Ga. HAVENS, WILLIAM R. 1110 Cottrell St., Mobile, Ala. HASSER, JAMES L. 4033 Oregon Ave., St. Louis 18, Mo. HAWKINS, ROBERT J. 116 Elmwood Terrace, Elmhurst, III. HAYS, SUSAN M. 26 S. Lafayette, Mobile, Ala. HAZEL, IOLA S. 1211 Selma St., Mobile, Ala. HEAN, JOHN D. HERBERT, JOSEPH E. 526 Locust, Thibodaux, La. HEGGEMAN, BERNARD J. 88 Bellerine Acres, St. Louis 21, Mo. HEINTZ, WILLIAM N. 3614 Jetton Ave., Tampa, Fla. HELLINGHAUSEN, PAUL 443 Albany, Shreveport, La. HELMLY R. B. 820 E. 39th, Savannah, Ga. HENDERSON, KENNETH E. Rt. 9, Box 335, Mobile, Alabama HENKEN, THEODORE F. 106 W. Tally Court, Mobile, Ala. HEPBURN, CATHERINE B. Box 1042, Atlanta, Georgia HARRINGTON, BARBARA C, MRS. 569 Surrey Dr., Mobile, Alabama HESSE, GERALD L. Rt. 1, Foley, Alabama HEYEN, JAMES K. 2411 Oakleigh Dr., Mobile, Ala. HICKEY, RICHARD L. 62 S. Hallett St., Mobile, Ala. HIGGINS, JAMES E. 1925 Main St., Hopkinesville, Ky. HILBERT, LAWRENCE B. 6325 Loyola, New Orleans, La. HILL, LORENZA H., JR. 41 1 W. Desoto St., Pensacola, Fla. HINTON GAYFORD L. JR. 20 Oakland Ave., Mobile, Alabama HINTON, JOSALENE E. 1154 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama HODGES, GEORGE 9533 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami 38, Fla. HOFFMAN, GEORGE G. 65 N. Monterey St., Mobile, Ala HOGAN, GLENN D. 1695 Seventh St., Sarasota, Fla, HOGGLE, ALVIN C, SR. 22 E. South Circle, Chickasaw, Ala. HOLDEN, VERA D. 3153 Ralston Rd., Mobile, Ala. HOLDER, GAINS A. 2516 Osage, Mobile, Alabama. HOLMES, FRANCES L. 216 Main St., Prichard, Alabama HORNE, ALMA F. Atmore, Alabama HORNSBY, BETTIE E. 1306 Dauphin St. Mobile, Alabama HOVELL, WALTER L. Box 113, Calvert, Alabama HUDSON, WILLIAM R. 202 Grand Blvd., Mobile, Alabama HUGHES, FRANK A. 65 N. Monterey St., Mobile, Alabama HUGHES, UNA 25 S. Julia St., Mobile, Alabama HUNT, McGOWAN 61 Clark, Prichard, Alabama HURLEY, JOHN C. 158 Highland St., Roxbury, Mass. HYLAND, VICTORY M. 800 Parham St., Mobile, Alabama. HYNDMAN, ELSA L. 411 Michigan Ave., Mobile, Alabama IRBY, ERNEST S. 286 Oak Drive, Mobile, Alabama JACKSON, CLIFFORD H., JR. Theodore, Alabama. JACKSON, HARRY J., JR. 101 Sherwood Dr., Mobile, Ala. JACKSON, ROBERT P. R.F.D. No. 1, Box 77, Alexandria, La. JACKSON, THOMAS K., JR. 355 Ponelo, Fairhope, Ala. JALIS, MICHAEL 3C8 Holly Dr. , Mobile, Alabama JAMES, VIRGINIA 27.5 Dexter Ave., Mobile, Alabama JENNINGS, PHILIP Theinsville, Wise. JERNIGAN, CLARENCE E. 7 Clark Street, Prichard, Alabama JOHNSON, ALBERT BROWN, JR. 1808 Brownlee St., Mobile, Ala. JOHNSON, CECIL C. 1268 Hurtel Street, Mobile, Alabama JOHNSON, JOSEPH B. Rt. 9 Box 484, Mobile, Alabama JOHNSON MARTIN J. Jackson Heights, Springhill, Alabama JOHNSON, MAURICE Rt. 9 Box 14, Mobile, Alabama JONES, BRYSON, D. 641 Southfield Rd., Shreveport, La. JONES, JOHN V. 2104 Government Street, Mobile, Ala. JONES, JOSEPH E. 503 Tuttle Avenue, Mobile, Alabama JONES, WILLIAM A. 2104 Government Street, Mobile, Ala. JONES, WILLIAM R. 712 Euclid Avenue, Mobile, Alabama JONGEBLOED, JOSEPH B. 412 S. Fulton Street, Mobile, Ala. JORDAN, JOHN V. 616Westwood Street, Mobile, Ala. JORDAN, MERWE 289 W. Parkway, Mobile, Alabama JOSEPH, CHARLES E. 406 S. Lewis, LaGrange, Ga. JOSEPH, EUGENE A. 214 Miller St., Helena, Ark. JOSEPH, RAYMOND F. 214 Miller St., Helena, Ark KACIR, CHARLES J. 6525 S. W. 2nd St., Miami, Fla. KARAGAN, ELEANOR P. 116 Louiselle St., Mobile, Alabama KASTNER, MARIE 854 Conti Street, Mobile, Alabama KASUBA, JOSEPH S. 1219 Murray Hill Ct., Mobile Ala. KEEFE, DONN E. 363 Greenwood Lane, Mobile, Ala KEEVAN, ROBERT 1411 Windsor Avenue, Mobile, Alabama KELLY, CARL J. Hughes, Arkansas KELLY, EMMET Yacht Harbor, Rivera Beach, Fla KELLY, FRANCIS A. 116 Margaret St., Mobile, Alabama KELLY, JAMES J. 2760 Dauphin Street, Mobile, Ala KELLY, JAMES J. 10149 Leavitt St., Chicago, III. KELLEY, WILLIAM D. P. O. Box 515, Riveria Beach, Fla KELLEY, WILLIAM P. 2719 Emegene Street, Mobile, Ala KEMMERLY, RICHARD C. 736 Lindon, Shreveport, La. KEMP, HUGH D. JR. 35 Hurlbert St., Mobile, Ala. KENDALL, AUGUSTUS, JR. 904 C Green Street, Cksaw., Alabama KENNY, ALBERT G. 460 S. Franklin St., Mobile, Ala. KERRIGAN, THOMAS J., JR. 1114 N. Latrobe, Chicago, III. KILDAY, EDWARD J. 54 N. Julia Street, Mobile, Ala. KING, DANIEL J. 6304 Leonardo, Coral Gables, Fla. KINNALLY, WILLIAM 7112 Merrill Ave., Chicago, III. KINSEY, HERBERT P. 1453 A Street, Mobile, Ala. KLEIN, MARY J. 55 Hillwood Circle, Mobile, Ala. KELPAC, JAMES Jackson, Alabama KNIGHT, JAMES M. 454 Williams St., Mobile, Alabama KOEHLER, GEORGE E. Route 2, Jefferson Wise. KOKES, CHARLES Atkinson, Nebraska KOLODZIEJ, EUGENE D. 54 Wonham St., Clifton, N. J. KORDOMENOS, ETHEL P. 2029 Grant St., Mobile, Alabama KOVACS, STEPHEN, JR. 320 Edmore Rd., W. Palm Beach, Fla. KRINGEL, MILTON 238 Ninth St., W. Palm Beach, Fla. KUNTZ, GEORGE R. 13 Terhune Ave., Jersey City, N. J. LAFFITEAU, WILLIAM 99 Lake Ave., Metairie, La. LAGMAN, FRANCES 105 Margaret St. LAMEY, PATRICK J. 30 Blacklawn PI., Mobile, Alabama LAMM, RICHARD C. 2021 Southwood Rd., Birmingham, Ala. LANDRY, THOMAS P. 2534 Rittiner Dr., Baton Rouge, La. LANGAN, THOMAS P. J 12 Margaret St., Mobile, Alabama LAPIDE, LAWRENCE JOSEPH 29 Spencer Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. LATIMER, MARTHA 126 E. Border Dr., Springhill, Ala. LATOUR, MARK M. 3221 Prytania, Apt. B, New Orleans, La. LAURENCE, MARK M. 914 Church St., Mobile, Alabama LEACY, MARY C. 91 1 Church St., Mobile, Alabama LEACY, JOHN J. 91 1 Church St., Mobile, Alabama LEATHERBURY, GEORGE S. 2322 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) LEATHERWOOD, WILFRED, JR. 59 Crenshaw, Mobile, Alabama LEAVITT, JOSEPH LEE, III 653 Merwian, Mobile, Alabama LECKICH, JOSEPH H. 1628 W. Beach, Biloxi, Miss. LEE, DOLORES L. Rt. 1, Buckatanna, Miss. LEE, JOHN R. 2561 Woodruff, Mobile, Alabama LEE, RUFUS R. 1174 Mountain Dr. LEE, THOMAS P. 30 N. W. 61st St., Miami, Fla. LEGGETT, B. EDWARD 1800 W. Cardinal Dr., Mobile, Ala. LEIGHTON, PHILIP H., JR. 325 McDonald Ave., Mobile, Ala. LEMOINE, MICHAEL G. Mansura, La. LEURCK, EARL P. O. Box 2214 Spring Hill, Mobile, Ala. LIGHTSEY, LEON G. 2552 Woodruff, Mobile, Alabama LIGNOS, S. M. 3 S. Monterey, Mobile, Alabama LILBURN, BERT J. 1062 Bay Ave., Mobile, Alabama LINARES, CAROLS D'Strampes 460, Havana, Cuba LINDER, JOSEPH J. 407 N. Waldran, Memphis, Tenn. LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM O. 1600 Forest Dr., Sanford, Fla. LOCKIE, GERALD D. 4323 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, III. LOCKNAR, ROMEO F. 915 State St., Pine Bluff, Ark. LOGAN, CHARLES P. 230 W. Beach, Pass Christian, Miss. LOGAN, WILLIAM G. 207 W. 36th St., Savannah, Ga. LONG, BERNARD J. 128 N. Julia St., Mobile, Alabama LONG, MARTIN D. 1405 Melrose St., Mobile, Alabama LOOMIS, MARY E. Rt. 2, Box 199C, Mobile, Alabama LOPEZ, ROBERTO Estrada Palma 512 (Altos) Havana, Cuba LUDLOW, HARRY H. 506 Dexter Ave., Mobile, Alabama LUEDTKE, JOHN P. 2608 Park Dr. Flossmoor, III. LUKER, RICHARD L. 1158 Marvin St., Mobile, Alabama LYNAM, FRANK L. 201 1 W. Mott Dr., Mobile, Alabama LYNCH, GERALD H. 715 Lancaster St., Aiken, S. C. MAHFOUZ, HAPPY 1625 Foisy Ave., Alexandria, La. MAHONEY, DENNIS J. 12 No. Lawn Ave., Elmsford, N. Y. MAIORINO, JOSEPH C. 288 Chestnut Ave., Trenton, N. J. MALLARD, GEORGE 142 Benachi, Biloxi, Miss. MALLETTE, JOHN G. 159 Louiselle St., Mobile, Alabama MALLETTE, OLA 159 Louiselle St., Mobile, Alabama MALONE, RICHARD T. 508 Selma Street, Mobile, Alabama MALONEY, F. JAMES 4 Durham Rd. Larchmont, N. Y. MALSCH, JAMES R. MANCILL, JOHN E., JR. Rt. 1 Box 196-B, Mobile, Ala. MANDERS, WILLIAM P., Ill 22 McPhillips, Mobile, Alabama MANIFOLD, JOSEPH P. Rt. 1, Box 71 -A, Fairhope, Alabama MANLEY, JACK C, 2301 Grantwood St., Toledo, Ohio MANNION, EDWARD J. 24 Black Creek Lane, St. Louis, Mo. MANSUR, ALEX E. Oranjestraat, Aruba, N. W. Indies MANSUR, JOSSY M. P. O. Box 106, Oranjestraat Aruba Netherlands, West Indies MANSUR, RUBEN D. Oranjestraat, Aruba, Netherlands, W. Indies MASSARI, FRANKLIN S. 361 Blanca, Tampa, Fla. MARINO, CHARLES F. 3021 S. Princeton Ave., Chicago, III. MARTIN, FRANCES JR. 8 Mohawk St., Mobile, Alabama MARKWALTER, JOHN S. 2624 Walton Way, Augusta, Ga. MARSAL, JOYCE T. 564 Williams, Mobile, Alabama MARTIN, ROBERT WILLIAMS 1351 N. Monitor, Chicago, III. MARTIN, GUY L. 21018 N. Woodlawn Dr., Mobile, Ala. MARTZ, EDWARD G. 2959 N. 28th St., Milwaukee, Wise. MARZANO, JAMES F. 9540 S. Leavitt St., Chicago, III. MASON, CHARLES E. Sotsuma, Alabama MASON, MILTON M. 2016 Ibis Dr., Mobile, Alabama MATHEWS, LOUIS C. 539 E. 50th St., Savannah, Ga. MATTHEWS, JACK P. MATTHEWS, MARION J. Grove Hill, Alabama MATTHEWS, ROBERT S. 1822 Clearmont St., Mobile, Alabama PAULETTE MAY MACDONALD, LEO H. 7254 Maryland St., St. Louis, Mo. MacDONALD ROBERT J. 754 Upsal St., Washington, D. C. McALEER, JOHN C. Ill 509 Cherokee St., Mobile, Alabama McALEER, WILLIAM V. 2014 Dauphin, Mobile, Alabama McCANN, BERNARD P. 619 N. 68th St., Wauwatosa, Wise. McCarthy, john b. McCoun's Lane, Glen Head, N. Y, McCLEERY, THEODORE, W. 663 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Alabama McCOY, JAMES M. 1211 Houston St., Mobile, Alabama McCRARY, WILSON T. 355 Bayshore Ave., Mobile, Alabama Mcdonald, edward j. 213 Glenwood Ave., Mobile, Alabama Mcdonald, robert e. jr. Navce, Alabama Mcdonough, mary p. 9 Oakland Terrace, Mobile, Alabama McGinn, george p. 1021 E. 40th, Savanna, Georgia McGRATH, THOMAS J. JR. 75 Van Horten Ave., Passaic, N. J. McGregor, albon verado 3331 Old Shell Rd„ Spring Hill, Ala. MrGUIRE, JAMES R. 353 Moshelu Parkway, Bronx, N. Y. MclLWAIN, WILLIAM B. 2808 Fay Ct., Mobile, Alabama McKEAN, JOSEPH M. 65 S. Monterey, Mobile, Alabama McKINNEY, MARYE. 12 South St., Mobile, Alabama McKINNON, CHARLES E. 1207 Highland Ave., Tampa Fla. McKINSTRY, THOMAS I. 1310 Palmate St., Bhgm. 9, Ala. McLAIN, ELLIS H. Stockton, Alabama McQUILLEN, ROBERT 862. McQuillen St., Mobile, Alabama MEAUT, VICTOR B. 1211 S. Ann St., Mobile, Alabama MELE, FRANK M. 1023 Charter St., Tampa, Fla. MELTON, RODNEY V. 1002 Choctaw, Chickasaw, Alabama MIDGETTE, JOSEPH N. 1051 Houston St., Mobile, Alabama MILLER, EDNA L. 320-C Fayette, Chickasaw, Alabama MILER, JOHN P., JR. 968 Arlington, Mobile, Alabama MILLER, KATHERINE G. Rt. 2, Box 77-N, Mobile, Ala. MILLER, MELGWIN 1203 Baltimore St., Mobile, Alabama MILLER, RUTH Saraland, Alabama MINOR, MARY F. 165 Glenwood, Mobile, Alabama MITCHELL, A. GORDON RFD. No. 2, Box 288, Savannah, Ga. MITCHELL, JAMES L., JR. 222 Birmingham Ave., Norfolk, Va. MITCHUM, OTIS D. Box 4181 Post Office, Mobile, Ala. MIXON, JIMMY 1006 Sutton Ave., Mobile, Alabama MOODY, JAMES D. 2064 Agate Ave., Mobile, Alabama MOORE, GEORGE H., JR. 1601 15th Ave., S. Birmingham, Ala. MOORE, WILLIAM W., JR. 1504 Brown St. Mobile, Alabama MORCK, LILLIAN 1762 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Alabama MORGAN, WILLIAM M., Ill 144 Benachi Ave., Biloxi, Miss. MORRIS, GERALD L. 810 Charleston, Mobile, Alabama MORRIS, RICHARD M. 16 Princess Ann Rd., Mobile, Alabama MORRISON, JEREMIAH G. 809 Marine St., Mobile, Alabama MARROW, SAMUEL S. MORTON, PATRICIA A. 178 Hannan Ave., Mobile, Ala. MOSELY, CLAYTON F., JR. 1 157 Government, Mobile, Alabama MOSMILLER, CHARLES JR. 215 S. Strieker Ave., Baltimore, Md. MOUTON, JAMES B. 204 Vermillion Blvd., Lafayette, La. MUCKLER, THOMAS O. 794 N. E. 90th St., Miami Shores, Fla. MUELLER, EDWARD A., JR. 2168 N. 46th St., Milwaukee, Wise. MUELLER, JACQUELINE 859 Gehrig, Prichard, Alabama MULCAHY, ROBERT J. 1624 N. Normandy Ave., Chicago, III. MULE, PETER P., 4600 Marigny St., New Orleans, La. MULHERIN, J. BERNARD 1318 Monte Sano Ave., Augusta, Ga. MULLADY, WALTER F. 7038 Ridge Ave., Chicago, III. MULIER, PAUL R. 9 Althea St., Metaririe, New Orleans, La. MULLER, THOMAS M. 508 S. Georgia, W. Palm Beach, Fla. MULLIN, JEROME P. 4216 164th St. Flushing, N. Y. MURPHY, MICHAEL E. 1839 N. W. 49th St., Miami, Fla. MURRAY, JOHN W., 860 Decatur, Decatur, III. MURRAY THOMAS HARTLEY MUSCAT, HELEN T., 1825 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Alabama STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) NEESE, WALTER F. 57 N. Broad St., Mobile, Alabama NELSON, GILBERT B. ATG 1703D Hq. Sq. Brookley AFB Mobile, Alabama NEUHARD, PRESTON R. 1458 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama NEWELL, THOMAS J. 1502 N. Pulaski Rd., Chicago, II. NICHOLAS, JAMES C. 811 Courtney St., Mobile, Alabama NICHOLS, ANDREW J., JR. Box 25, Calvert, Alabama NIX, BENTON M. 1007 Colonial Ct., Mobile, Ala. NIXON, WILLIAM A. 55 N. W. 67th Ave., Miami, Fla. NOBLES, CHARLES, JR. 6 Willowbank, Georgetown, S. C. . . NOLAN, JOHN J. 1176 Columbus Circle, Janesville, Wise. NOLETTO, CLAUDE J. 1008 Cloverdale Dr., Mobile, Alabama NORRIS, JAMES E. 8 N. Cedar, Mobile, Alabama NORTON, JACKSON R. 13 Cardinal Dr. Mobile, Alabama NORWOOD, MICHAEL W. 850 S.Washington Ave., Mobile, Ala. OBERKIRCH, ALTHO JOSEPH 406 Glenwood St., Mobile, Ala. O'BRIEN, ARCHIBALD F. 2116 D Bragg Hill, Mobile, Alabama O'CONNOR AUDLEY 37 Crescent Dr. Mobile, Alabama O'CONNOR, JOHN A. 1114 Caroline Ave., Mobile, Alabama' OEN, RICHARD F. 318 Greenwood Drive, W. Palm Beach, Florida OLASO, GEORGE P. OLIVIER, ELEANOR A. Rt. 2, Box 28 Arnaudville, La. OLIVER, NOAH PRICE, JR. 3660 Cedars Ave., Mobile, Alabama O'NEAL, EDWIN E. 21 5 Vi 7th St., Chickasaw, Ala. O'NEAL, WILLIAM W. P. O. Box 1357, Chickasaw, Ala. O'NEILL, RICHARD S. Country Club Rd., Spring Hill, Alabama OLLIS, JAMES 614 Lesesne St., Mobile, Alabama ORENDORFF, AUSTIN A. 1715 Shades Park Dr., Birmingham, Ala. O'ROURKE, OWENS, JR. 1111 W. Gimon Circle, Mobile, Alabama ORRELL, WILLIAM R. 2059 Gimon Circle, Mobile, Ala. OSINSKI, JOANNE Rt. 4 Box 75-A, Mobile, Alabama OWEN, TRAVIS EZELL 2578 Pollard Lane, Mobije, Alabama PACE, WAYNE A. 612 Westwood, Mobile, Alabama PAINTIN, LUCY M. 205 Third St. Chickasaw, Alabama PALERMO, VINCENT G. 314 E. 26th Ave., Tampa, Fla. PARISY, JOSEPH A. Rt. 3, Box 402-B, Shreveport, La. PARK, ERNEST L. JR. 2854 Ralston Rd., Mobile, Alabama PARNELL, WILLIAM B. 333 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Alabama PARTRIDGE, DAVID R. 1955 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Ala. PATRICK, BARBARA J. 907 Marine St., Mobile, Ala. PATRONAS, CHARLES G. 1812 LaSalle St., Mobile, Alabama. PEARSON, ROBERTA L. 908 S. Broad St., Mobile, Ala. PEAVY, AURELIUS 2010 Wells Ave., Mobile, Ala. PERESICH, JOHN P. 212 Hopkins, Biloxi, Miss. PEREZ, VICTOR 1507 ICth Ave., Tampa, Fla. PERLITZ, FRED W. 213 Caldwood, Beaumont, Texas FERLMAN, MURRAY 416 E. 52nd St., Savannah, Ga. PERRY, RALPH J. 5836 S. Artesian Ave., Chicago 29, III. PETIT, LOUIS V. P. O. Box 1168, Mobile, Alabama PETTIS, WOODIE E. 2609 Skylark Blvd., Mobile, Alabama PETTWAY, HOLLICE 505 Maple St., Mobile, Alabama PICKETT, SMITH D., JR. 3720 Stein St., Mobile, Alabama FIERCE, EDWIN P. 1741 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Alabama PIERCE, GEORGE H. Rt. 2, Box 185 Theodore, Ala. PIERCE, JOHN A. 103 Victory Drive, Savannah, Ga. PISARICH, RAY V. 514 Santini St., Biloxi, Miss. PISTORIUS, JOSEPH H. 1546 Elizabeth St., Shreveport, La. PITTROFF, MARY ELLEN 505 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Alabama PLUNKETT, KENNETH J. 5730 Memphis, New Orleans, La. FOMPEI, RONALD J. 10 Albert Ave., Fairlawn, N. J. POOLE, FRANCIS J. 266 Salem St., Lawrence, Mass. POOLEY, DAVID P. 1201 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama POPE, SADIE 1211 Easton St., Mobile, Alabama POWELL, CHARLES Malcolm, Alabama POWELL, GERALD 78 N. Sage Ave., Mobile, Alabama POWELL, MAMIE WESTON 19 Lancaster Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. POWELL, WALTER 5109 A Street, Little Rock, Ark. PRITCHARD, JAMES R. P. O. Box, 1444, Mobile, Alabama PUGH, RUFUS E., JR. 16C7 Illinois St. Mobile, Ala. PULLANO, RUSSELL L. 3123 Prinston Ave., Chicago 16, III. QUINA, GEORGE P. 350 West St., Flo Claire, Mobile, Ala. QUINLIVAN, JOHN DELAHUNTY 1908 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Ala. QUINLIVAN, JUNE MARIE 1908 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Ala. RADAM, ROBERT L. 1901 Rodam Ave., Portsmouth, Va. RASBERRY, RICHARD W. 3239 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. RASP, PATRICIA 112 N. Catherine St., Mobile, Alabama REDELL, EUGENE T. 132 Carlin St., Mobile, Alabama REDELL, JOHN DAVID 132 N. Carlin St., Mobile, Ala. REED, ASTRID 224-B Tensas, Prichard, Ala. REED, KATHLEEN 224-B Tensas, Prichard, Ala. REED, SYLVIA F. 24 S. Monterey St., Mobile, Alabama REEVES, I. G. LEIGHTON Coffeeville, Alabama REIDY, JEROME 2871 Montieau Dr., St. Louis, Mo. REILLY, RICHARD J. REGAN, JACK 1661 Junction, Detroit, Michigan REIN, WILLIAM 9033 Laflin, Chicago, III. REINA, PETER D. 607 E. Adalee, Tampa, Fla. REINHART, MARGARET 559 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Alabama REMSON, MARCEL JUDE 904 Bartholomew, New Orleans, La. REYNOLDS, BYRON I. W. Volanta Ave., Fairhope, Ala. RIASCOS, SANTIAGO BONILLA, JR. San Fernando Calle 10 No. 8-49 Cali, Columbia, SA RICHELL, GRACE LUCILLE 215 S. Jefferson St., Mobile, Alabama RIDLEY, CHARLES L., JR. Rt. 2, Box 203, Mobile, Alabama RIDGEWAY, AMELIA R. 558 E. Downing St., Mobile, Alabama RIDINGS, LUCILE D. 1559 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama RIEDLER, OLIVER MITCHELL 8C2 Dobson St., Evanston, III. RING, DAVID A. 1112 Center Drive, St. Louis, Mo. RIPOLI, FRANK 6548 S. Marshfield, Chicago, III. RISHER, JOE A. 31 S. North Circle, Chickasaw, Ala. ROBERTS, WILLIAM E. 207 Grand Blvd., Mobile, Alabama ROBERTSON, JAMES J. 2060 S. Gimon Circle, Mobile, Ala. ROBINSON, GEORGE E. 1202 Elmira St., Mobile, Alabama RODRIGUEZ, FRANCISCO J. P. O. Box, 768, Preston Ote, Cuba RODRIGUEZ, JAMES A. 322 Hillside Dr., Chickasaw, Alabama RODGERS, GEORGE W. 65 N. Holmes Street, Prichard, Ala. ROE, JULIA M. 661 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Ala. ROLWING, E. CHARLES, JR. 1104 E. Commercial St., Charleston, Mo. ROONEY, JAMES W. 313 S. Conception St., Mobile, Ala. RUCKER, JAMES B. JR. 51 S. Fulton St., Mobile, Alabama RUEFF, PHILIP, W.,JR. 105 Norris Lane, Oak Ridge, Tenn. RUSS, JAMES M. 41 14 Gilliat, Duluth, Minn. RUSSELL, HAROLD L. 1562 Lemon St., Mobile, Alabama RYAN, JOHN D. RYAN THOMAS E. 31 Overlook Dr., Chappaqua, N. Y. SABOL, JOHN A. 769 N. W. 77th Terrace, Miami, Fla. SANFORD, CAPT, JAMES B. 1213-A Brookley Manor, Mobile, Ala. SANROMA, JOHN P. 1000 Walnut St., Newton Hlds, Mass. SARDISCO, JOHN B. 2264 Barksdale Blvd., Bossier City, La. SARRA, VINCENT 1 10 W. Larua St., Pensacola, Fla. SANDERS, ELIZABETH A. 355 N. Joachim St., Mobile, Alabama SAVERY, DONALD F. 3050 Emogene, St., Mobile, Alabama SCANLAN, HENRY G., JR. 15 E. Gould, Whistler, Alabama SCHEFFER, CHARLES W., JR. Golf Club Lane, Nashville, Tenn. SCHELL, ROBERT J. 9921 Longwood Drive, Chicago, III. SCHULTER, JOHN L. 117 Parker St., Mobile, Alabama SCHULTE, JAMES E. 1259 Austeria Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) SCHULTE, JOSEPHINE H. Rt. 2 Box 139, Theodore, Alabama SCHULTE, JAMES W. 1259 Austeria Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. SCHWING, JAMES W. 120 Weeks, New Iberia, La. SCOTT, MARVIN T. Route 6 Box 386, Mobile, Alabama SCOTT, WINFIELD D., JR. 307 S. Conception St., Mobile, Ala. SCHRIBNER, EVA M. 208 Second St., Chickasaw, Alabama SEGUIN, FERNAND J. 1315 Van Dorn St., Mobile, Alabama SELLS, LILY T. Rt. 4 Box 227 Halls Mill Rd. Mobile, Alabama SEUZENEAU, JEANNINE D. 209 Keller St., Bay St. Louis, Miss. SEXTON, LATTIE E., JR. 62 S. Ann St., Mobile, Alabama SHACKELFORD, JOHN M. 2209 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama SHAIA, JOHN L. 1744 Oxmoor Rd., Birmingham, Ala. SHANNON, HENRY 317 W. DeSoto St., Pensacola, Fla. SHAPIRO, WILLIAM G. 9930 S. Prospect Avenue, Chicago, III. SHEA, JOHN T. 175 18th Ave.. S. E. St. Petersburg, Fla. SHEA, WILLIAM A. Country Club Grounds, Midlothian, III. SHEEHAN, JAMES T. 518 W. 41st. St., Chicago 9, III. SHELDON, JOHN 1450 Government St., Mobile, Alabama SHELDON, MARIE H. 1405 Government, St., Mobile, Alabama SHENESEY, MATHEW J. 61 Whatley St., Whistler, Alabama SHEPPARD, THOMAS J. 61 1 Springhill Ave., Spring Hill, Ala. SHERSHIN, MICHAEL J. Route 4, Box 539, Sarasota, Fla. SHINE, MICHAEL J. 4127 Travis St., Dallas, Texas. SHIPP, ALTON P. Rt. l,Box 344 Semmes, Alabama SHOULDERS, JACK M. 1558 W. Cardinal Dr., Mobile, Alabama SIBILLE, ESTORGE C. Sunset, Louisiana SILBEY, RICHARD A. 407 Fairwood Blvd., Mobile, Alabama SIMMONS , DAVID W. 1475 Partridge St., Mobile, Alabama SIMMS, ALBERT L. 1408 S. Cloverleaf Cir., Mobile, Ala. SLANA, EDWARD M. 552 Wisconsin St., Mobile, Alabama SMITH, BRADLEY C. 1861 Stone St., Mobile, Alabama SMITH, CLIFFORD D. Box 264, Eight Mile, Alabama SMITH, DONALD L., JR. 54 Crenshaw St., Mobile, Alabama SMITH, DONALD H. Rt. 4 Box 133-B, Mobile, Alabama SMITH DONALD R. 5045 West End Ave., Chicago, III. SMITH, JOSEPH F. 772 Euclid Ave., Mobile, Alabama SMITH, RAYMOND I., JR. 110 S. Jefferson St., Mobile, Alabama SMITH, ROBERT G. 67 N. Hathaway St., Mobile, Alabama SMITH, WILLIAM H. 762 Kentucky St., Mobile, Alabama SMITH WILLIAM P. 1901 Clinton St., Mobile, Alabama SONNHALTER, EDWARD 2986 Kensington Rd. Cleveland Heiqhts Ohio SOULE, JOHN L. Mcintosh, Alabama STANLEY, JAMES C. Rt. 1 Box 317, Saraland, Alabama STAVRAKOS, NICOLAOS J. 951 Washington Ave., Mobile, Ala. STEGER, GEORGE F. 5826 Tremont, Dallas, Texas STEVENS, JOHN E. 148 Randolph Ave., Jersey City, N. J. STEWART, DOYLE Rt. 2 Box 61, Mobile, Alabama STEWART, SUSIE F. 2805 Faycourt St., Mobile, Alabama ST. MARTIN, SHELBY D. Caixa Postal 1143 Sao Paul, Brazil, S. A. SWEENEY, WALTER G. 933 Alba Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. SWEET, BERNARD F. 9 S. Hallett St., Mobile, Alabama SWEETSER, WILMER A. 2201 Old Government, Mobile, Ala. TANNER, ROBERT W. 954 Lucille St., Mobile, Alabama TARDY, R. TOMAS 133 Tenth Ave.,W. Helena, Ark. TALETON, MRS. BETTIE J. 1358 Linwood Dr., Mobile, Alabama TAYLOR, DOUGLAS K, 356-B Marengo St., Chickasaw, Ala. TAYLOR, JOHN S. 1907 LaSalle St., Mobile, Alabama TEAGUE, JOSEPH C. 309 Sewell Ave., Abilene, Texas TERRELL, DUDLEY J. 19 Rickarby St., Mobile, Alabama TERRELL, MARY L. 221 -C De Sales, Mobile, Alabama THIERRY, PAUL The Uplands, Sarasota, Fla. THOMAS, DAVID S. 6148 Tennessee Ave., St. Louis, Mo. THOMPSON, B. G. Rt. I, Box 310, Whistler, Alabama THOMPSON, MELVA D. Rt 8, Box 310, Whistler, Alabama THOMPSON, ROBERT C. 115 Bishop Ln., Mobile, Alabama THURMAN, JO ANN 205 S. Fulton, Mobile, Alabama TOLBERT, JOANNA 108 Glenwood, Mobile, Alabama TONSMEIRE, WILLIAM M. 3553 Old Shell Rd„ Spring Hill, Alabama TONSMEIRE, LOUIS E. 3553 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Alabama TREHERN, LEO R. 457 Lake Ave., Mobile, Alabama TREUTEL, WILLIAM G. 200-A Portier Ct., Mobile, Alabama TURNER, HUGH A. VANCE, JOSEPH R., JR. 1601 Martin Dr., Mobile, Alabama VAN HOOSER, HUGH C. 317-C Blount St., Chickasaw, Alabama VANONI, OTTO V. 3217 Hill Ave., New York, N. Y. VASSER, FRANK, JR. 15 Mohawk Ave., Mobile, Alabama VELLA, MARY C. 2408 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. VETTER, NORMAN H., JR. Cuevas, Miss. VINCENT PATRICIA L. 2561-B Skylark Blvd. Mobile, Alabama. VOSBURG, VELMA J. 317 Lee Street, Mobile, Alabama WADE, JOHN J. 1234 Peabody, Memphis, Tenn. WADE, THOMAS M. JR. 2616 Cowden, Memphis, Tenn. WADDELL, THOMAS 10221 S. Hoyne, Chicago, III. WAGNER, JOHN 806 S. Broad St., Mobile, Alabama WALKER, JAMES P. 10 Forest Ln., Warntn, Fla. WALSH, FENWICK A. 266 Pine Hill Dr., Mobile, Alabama WALSH, JAMES H. 648 Caloosa Dr., Sarasota, Fla. WALTER, FRANCIS X. 3804 Austill Ln., Mobile, Alabama WALTERS, MADGE K. 1757 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Alabama WALTER, RICHARD A. 7435 Euclid, Chicago, III. WALTON, DORA R. 1700 Craft, Prichard, Alabama WARD, HELEN E. 325 First Street, Chickasaw, Alabama WATERS, PERRY L. WATFORD, SHIRLEY T. 674 Chin, Mobile, Alabama WATKINS, FRANCES K. 219 Third St., Chickasaw, Alabama WEATHERS, FRANK W. 261 Monteria St., Mobile, Ala. WEDEMEYER, THOMAS 2885 S. Superior, Milwaukee, Wise. WEISS, MARGARET E. 453 S. Conception St., Mobile, Ala. WELBORN, HUBERT 200 S. Georgia, Mobile, Alabama WELSH, RAYMOND A. 54 Oriole Dr., Mobile, Alabama WENDELL, JAMES E. JR. 312-A Fayette St., Chickasaw, Alabama WERNETH, WILLIAM H. 455 Monroe, Mobile, Alabama WHEELER, ELBA 207 Lambert, Mobile, Alabama WHEELER, LESTER M. 207 Lambert, Mobile, Alabama WHITMIRE, WILLIAM K. 2753 Ralston, Mobile, Alabama WHITTINGTON, RICHARD G. 2216 Taft., Houston, Texas. WIGLEY, HAROLD L. JR. 50 Fifth Ave., Prichard, Ala. WILBURN, RUTH A. 41 1 S. E., Pensacola, Fla. WILKINSON, JOSEPH L. 361 Ann St., Fairhope, Alabama WILKINSON, MAMIE V. Rt. 5, Box 138, Mobile, Alabama WILLEMSE, CORNELIUS W. Ill 215 W. Comanche, Tampa, Fla. WILLIAMS, LOUIS M. 257 Dilston, Mobile, Alabama WILLIAMS, MARY L. 1305 Brown, Mobile, Alabama WILLIAMS, WILLIAM S. 257 Dilston, Mobile, Alabama WILLIAMSON, RICHARD T . 1 155 Scott Ave., Winnetka, Illinois WILSON, DIANE M. 3910 St. Stephens Rd., Mobile, Alabama WILSON, ELIZABETH A. 556 Dexter Ave., Mobile, Alabama WILSON, JIMMY D. 906 Smith, Prichard, Alabama WINSTANLEY, GEORGE C. 2161 Homewood, Mobile, Alabama WIRTZ, THOMAS J. 4002 Sixth Ave.. Kenosha, Wise. WOHLER, HERBERT A. 926-A Marengo St., Chickasaw, Alabama WOJOHN, WALTER O. JR. 914 Arlington St., Mobile, Alabama WOOD, THOMAS DAVID 134 Florence PL, Mobile, Alabama WOODS, ROBERT E. JR. 1730 Spring Hill Ave., Spring Hill, Ala. WORSHAW, CLIF P. WRIGHT, BILLIE G. 750 Pillans, Mobile, Alabama STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) WRIGHT, OSCAR 306 S. Conception St. Mobile, Alabama WEIGHT, SAMUEL M. Ill 73 N. Reed Ave., Mobile, Alabama WRIGHT, WILBURN E. 306 S. Conception, Mobile, Alabama WRIGHT, WILKINSON D. Ill 311 Sea View Ave., Palm Beach, Fla. WYJHOSKIE, HENRY 1495 Goldfinch Dr., Mobile, Alabama YEAGER, FAYE L. 654 Pillans, Mobile, Alabama YEEND, GEORGE 55 N. Ann Street, Mobile, Alabama YEEND, MELVILLE 252 West St., Mobile, Alabama YOUNG, CHARLES W. 2222 Victory Blvd., Vero Beach, Fla. YOUNG, ROBERT J. 2222 Victory Blvd., Vero Beach, Fla. ZALOPANY, PETER E. 7 N. Georgia, Mobile, Alabama ZELLER, LOUIS G. 8108 S. Ellis, Chicago 19, III. ZOGHBY, MICHAEL E. 203 Wilson Ave., Prichard, Alabama ZURYBIDA, ADAM 59 W. Petain St., Prichard, Alabama Lithographed PARAGON PRESS Montgomery, Alabama r f.5Bfc, k %r WY 1 JL»JCL, 'w ^ IP* WiT'*' - ^ •m1»a "4" ~^ ; .. _ji$^^»^ ..If* SPRING HILL COLLEGE LIBRARY 3 2878 00005 1020 ' I •' ■ I I * - s f r ;|:nlili< DiJ,. Vf] '